Saas Startup Valuecase Nets €3.5M To Enhance Selling Experience

September 08, 2022 | 2 minutes read

SaaS startup Valuecase to empower buyer centric B2B sales nabs  funding of €3.5 million .

Valuecase, with an aim to enhance the customer’s digital buying and on boarding experience across sales funnel nets funding of €3.5 million.  In a round led by Picus Capital, XAnge and other founder with angel investors Jonathan Benhamou (PeopleDoc and Resilience Care),Felix Jahn (McMakler and Home24) and Rubin Ritter (Zalando).

Increase in the Number of SaaS startups

SaaS or Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) is disrupting the traditional software development market.  Mainly because of the increase in the development of SaaS applications which are not that costly.

Resultantly, also causing the large number of SaaS startups popping up in the European tech landscape. Such as Lendis, Lumiform and Deskbird etc. These SaaS startups in different sectors of society with their innovative solutions are making processes faster and more efficient.

Valuecase: B2B Sales With Consumer Centric Approach

Founded by Lennart Prange and Jan Niklas in 2021, the startup is on mission to simplify the collaboration between customer facing teams and their buyers.

With the Valuecase software the customer facing teams can create microsites that serve as the single interface for buyers, comprising of all the relevant information and collaborative elements such as mutual action plan.

Create Microsites For Whole Customer Journey

Essentially, the SaaS startup allows the sales team to create microsites for the whole customer journey and can be shared with all internal stakeholders. Thus helping in improved team collaboration. In addition to all this, Valuecase is quite efficient as it helps in setting the white label spaces in seconds. And contains all relevant information plus speed up the alignment via its interactive design.

It also tracks valuable engagement insights which helps in moving deals forward.

Now with this fresh injection of funds the startup will support its go-to market strategy and will do product enhancement. The company is also planning to invest in automation and analytics capabilities.