Seattle startup Zuper raises $32M Series B


Seattle-based startup Zuper has successfully raised $32 million in its recent Series B funding round, with leading investment from FUSE. The company, founded in 2018, specializes in providing field operations software designed to streamline processes for businesses with field workers.

Zuper caters to a diverse range of industries, including residential and commercial cleaning, HVAC, electrical, internet service providers, property maintenance, plumbing, landscaping, and more.

Zuper’s Series B funding was led by Bellevue, Wash.-based venture capital firm FUSE, which also spearheaded the company’s Series A round in 2021. Prime Venture Partners, a previous supporter, participated once again in the latest funding round.

Additional contributions came from Kin Ventures, Peak XV Partners, and Zendesk. Notable early investors, such as Sequoia Capital India and HubSpot Ventures, have also shown continued support. With this latest injection of capital, Zuper has raised a total of $46.1 million to date.

CEO Anand Subbaraj, a former leader at Microsoft who took the helm in 2020, leads the Zuper team. The company, with offices in both Seattle and India, has rapidly gained traction by providing innovative solutions to improve efficiency and operational workflows for businesses managing field operations.

Zuper’s success in securing significant funding underscores the growing demand for technology solutions that enhance the productivity of companies relying on field workers. As industries across cleaning, maintenance, and utilities continue to embrace digital transformation, Zuper is well-positioned to further expand its reach and deliver impactful software solutions.

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