Vancouver startup Dooly has raised USD $20 million in new capital to scale its platform.
Dooly is the fastest way to update Salesforce, take sales notes, and easily manage all your deals so nothing slips through the cracks.
Dooly solves this problem with its connected workspace, building workflows that align with the daily activities of customer-facing teams to take notes that instantly sync to all their key systems (Salesforce, Slack, etc), quickly update pipeline and accounts, and surface real-time battlecards based on the context of their customer calls, proven to help close deals faster.
Dooly was co-founded by Justin Vaillancourt and Kris Hartvigsen in 2016 and was named one of Techcouver’s 10 Homegrown B.C. Startups to Watch in 2020.
“Administrative work is the fine print of a job description that no one wants to be doing. This problem exists in every department, but is wildly obvious for revenue teams because every minute spent re-entering data directly equates to lost income,” said Hartvigsen today.
“Our vision is to create human experiences that users love, helping them stay focused on the high-value, important stuff to become the best version of themselves at work.”
Dooly will use this new funding to scale faster with priority investment areas including talent and product.
According to Hartvigsen, Dooly’s headcount has grown from eight to 22 in the past six months and the goal is to hit 50 employees by the end of 2021.
In 2020, the company rapidly expanded through the pandemic, and serves global revenue teams at Asana, Airtable, BigCommerce, Contentful, Figma, Intercom, Lessonly, Vidyard and hundreds more high-growth SaaS companies.