Attio Raises $23.5 Million Series A Funding



Attio, the company building the CRM of the future, announced today a $23.5 million Series A round led by Redpoint Ventures, with participation from existing investors Balderton Capital and Point Nine. Attio now has $31.2 million in funding from both American and European investors.

The funds will be used to accelerate engineering and product development and to expand the company’s global go-to-market presence.

Attio is a completely new type of CRM that enables businesses to achieve things that were previously impossible for CRMs. Attio’s powerful data model, built on cutting-edge, modern architecture, enables businesses to quickly build a real-time CRM that fits their unique workflows and data structures. In contrast, legacy CRMs, while offering robust data models, have outdated user interfaces, rely on manual data entry, and are slow to deploy and configure.

Attio, a startup that specializes in building customer relationship management (CRM) tools, aims to develop a powerful and intuitive CRM to support businesses’ growth. The company’s architecture is designed to be powerful and scalable to meet the needs of its clients. According to Nicolas Sharp, Attio’s CEO and co-founder, the startup’s goal is to help businesses evolve and scale by providing them with a data model that can handle complex business operations. Attio is focused on providing a CRM solution that combines ease of use with robustness to support businesses in scaling their operations.

After three months in public beta and nearly a year in private beta, Attio is now generally available. It has over 2,000 customers in more than 100 countries worldwide. OpenAI, Causal, Pallet, Dopt, On Deck, and Coca-Cola are among the current clients.

Attio is the CRM of the future. Real-time, completely customizable and intuitively collaborative, Attio’s powerful data model and next-generation architecture allows businesses of all sizes and at all stages to rapidly build the exact CRM they need.

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