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Zuper Secures 1.1 Million USD in Seed Funding Round

Raghav Gurumani, Karthik Rao, and Vijay Narasiman, Founders of Zuper

On Thursday, SaaS startup Zuper (1), headquartered in Seattle, stated that it had secured 1.1 million USD in its seed funding round. Prime Venture Partners led the financing round, with participation from Gunderson Dettmer and Gemba Capital.

According to the statement made by Zuper, the startup will use the latest infusions to expand its business in North America, UK, and Southeast Asia. It will also hire new talent across all its functions in India and the US.

Prime Venture Partners Managing Partner, Shripati Acharya, stated that currently, there are trends among SMBs. It includes managing a highly diverse workforce and handling on-demand service expectations of customers. Zuper offers a mobile-first, intelligent workforce management solution. It will provide complete visibility to SMBs, including scheduled work, where, which partner, and its updated status.

Zuper Offers Intelligent Workforce Management to ts End Customers.

Raghav Gurumani, Karthik Rao, and Vijay Narasiman founded Zuper in August 2016. It has its spaces in India, the UAE, the US, the UK, and Singapore. In India, the startup has its office in Chennai. Anand Subbaraj joined the Zuper team as CEO and Co-founder in 2020.

Anand Subbaraj, Zuper CEO and Co-founder stated that the team wants to enable business services to provide better customer experience. The team is working on the new service process from end to end and workflows.

The startup offers intelligent workforce management that allows organizations with field service teams to organize and provide customer experience more efficiently. Post COVID-19, the startup helps companies maintain the coronavirus guidelines and create a safe environment for employees, customers, and communities via its ZuperCCpack.

The firm allows its end consumers to request, pay and track their order with only a few taps on their mobile phones. So far, thousands of users worldwide have taken Zuper services and processed over two million work orders. The startup utilizes AI and machine learning technologies to help organizations improve their productivity and use their workforce.