Rattle, a SaaS company has secured $26 million in Series A funding, led by Insight Partners with participation from GV and existing investors Sequoia Capital India & Lightspeed. Rattle was co-founded in 2020 by Sahil Aggarwal, Apoorva Verma, and Milan Singh, each with prior experience working at high-growth startups managing GTM systems and dealing with the problem first hand.
Making the announcement Sahil, Co-Founder and CEO of Rattle said “We are in the early stages of a generational shift in how work gets done in the modern enterprise and are very excited to build this new stack from the ground up.”
Witnessing a strong demand from GTM teams, Rattle’s new investment round comes on the heels of a 10x YoY growth, as the company continues to add well-known SaaS and enterprise customers.
Organisations, including Miro, ClickUp, Rippling, Front and Clearbit, all rely on Rattle’s Platform-as-a-Service (iPaaS) system as the building block to improve go-to-market transparency and increase sales velocity as their sales organisations scale.
Ganesh Bell, Managing Director at Insight Partners, said, “How we work is rapidly changing, but the often-used enterprise applications like sales, marketing, and customer success systems haven’t evolved. Most enterprise apps were designed for humans entering data vs supporting collaborative work.
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“Insight is thrilled to partner with Rattle because they’ve fundamentally changed how teams operate. Rattle brilliantly integrates our new places of work, like Slack and Teams, with these clunky legacy applications in a way that supports the modern workforce. This is a truly game-changing solution that will create faster, smarter, and happier go-to-market teams.”
Rattle’s solution is to look within organisations and leverage pre-existing systems in a more effective way, turning core collaboration tools such as Slack and Microsoft Teams into the revenue central nervous system empowering go-to-market teams to access previously siloed data in a single location.
In fact, when surveying customers on data management processes, 78 percent said the ability for their teams to quickly access and modify data was the primary reason they chose Rattle.
Rattle previously raised $2.8 million in seed funding less than a year ago, bringing the total raised to date to $28.8 million.