Checkbox raises $6.3 million in pre-Series A funding round

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Checkbox raises $6.3 million in pre-Series A funding round

No code automation platform, Checkbox, has raised $6.3 million in pre-Series A funding to aid in the local and international expansion.

The round is led by Sequoia India’s rapid scale-up program, Surge, and Australia’s Tidal Ventures.

This pre-Series A funding includes the appointment of personnel for key regions and the launch of a product-assisted growth model.

Checkbox will use the funding to increase its footprint and go-to-market strategy in Australia and Asia, and invest a significant portion to formally open an office in the United States and hire local sales and marketing resources.

The capital will also fuel further research and development and the introduction of a product-assisted growth strategy.

According to the company, Checkbox is a no-code platform that allows professionals in the legal, human resources (HR) and risk and compliance teams to rapidly create apps that automate high-volume, low-value expert tasks, enabling them to focus on higher value and strategic work.

Andrea Kowalski, General Partner at Tidal Ventures said Checkbox built its first repeatable use case in the legal sector but has already seen consistent organic expansion across multiple business divisions.

“We see an enormous global market opportunity for tools that help expert knowledge workers build their own automation software without needing to code. We think Checkbox can be famous for enabling its users to quickly spin up a piece of software that automates some of their own workflows, striking that perfect balance between comprehensive technical capability and ease of use,” she said.

Evan Wong, Co-Founder and CEO at Checkbox said, “The funding from Sequoia India’s Surge and Tidal enables us to accelerate our go-to-market strategy to amplify consistently high growth, retention and customer expansion we’ve experienced in the last few years, and scale our team to cater to the demand we’re seeing in markets abroad.

“We have a product that is globally applicable and segment agnostic in the high-growth no-code technology space, representing an extraordinarily vast market opportunity.”

The Checkbox platform is used by organisations including Allianz, Telstra, Air New Zealand and PWC.

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