Of the 170 current representatives, 145 are situated in Ukraine, where all the R&D is completed, while 25 workers work in the US office.
Deals to Europe are coordinated from Kiev while deals to North America are under the obligation of an Atlanta, Georgia-based group.
Followings its Series A round, the organization intends to extend the group from 170 to 250 subject matter experts, and expects to grow 3-4 times in the following three years.
Revenue Grid's Revenue previously developed 2.2 occasions last year, surpassed $10 million, while the quantity of its clients expanded by 35-40%, Voskresensky claims.
Revenue Grid promotes itself as a "Simulated intelligence directed selling stage that pushes outreach groups with bit by bit direction towards activities that bring the best outcomes, shows bargains in danger, and focuses on strategies with the best effect."
The organization has presented a "dealer driven idea" called 'Directed Selling:' "The objective is to help outreach groups have better perceivability into the pipeline and arrangements, acquire controllability over the business cycle, and set them in the best situation to win."
Revenue Grid has additionally brought "a progressive usefulness for outreach groups: noteworthy information supported Signals that give bit by bit direction on each arrangement they are dealing with."
The startup produces Revenue by means of membership incomes ($99 month to month). It claims 800,000 representatives of outreach groups from exactly 20,000 organizations across the world use its foundation. The help is sold straightforwardly just as through such accomplices as Microsoft, Oracle, Salesforce, SAP, and others.
ICU Ventures joined the most recent round on the drive of the American financial backer. "W3 Capital comprehended that we are to a greater degree a Ukrainian organization, not an American one. Thus, we needed somebody from local people to go into the understanding, "Revenue Grid's fellow benefactor Vlad Voskresensky told Forbes Ukraine.
Revenue Grid's initial financial backers, ABRT authors Andrei Baronov and Ratmir Timashev, additionally partook in the round - barely enough to keep their portions undiluted, Voskresensky said to Forbes Ukraine. Timashev and Baronov are among the best Russian-talking tech business visionaries set up abroad.