Repzo, Jordan-based SaaS sales force automation platform, raised $1.4 million in a bridge round. The funding round was led by the Arab Palestinian Investment Company (APIC), Jabbar Internet Group, Ahli Fintech, Arzan VC, Shorooq Partners, Adamtech Ventures and a group of angel investors.
Founded in 2017 by Hassan Atmeh alongside his brother Moutaz and cousin Ayman, Repzo provides a sales force automation solution that helps FMCG and pharmaceutical companies to better manage and measure KPIs of their field workforce by offering GPS tracking, sales order automation, inventory management & merchandising solutions.
This round comes after the company doubled its revenue last year by having over 170 clients in 12 countries with around 5000 daily active reps using its platform. Repzo has recently expanded to Saudi Arabia by launching its offices in Riyadh.
Repzo is currently developing a new solution that caters to the needs of field service providers. Repzo will help businesses track reactive and preventive maintenance and control the daily operations, such as safety and quality inspections and operating checklists.
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