Spain’s Stockagile stocks up €2.5 million to digitalise SMEs in retail biz

The Barcelona-based platform enables inventory and sales optimisation through real-time synchronisation of catalogues, stock, and orders of physical and online stores as well as marketplaces
Spain’s Stockagile stocks up €2.5 million to digitalise SMEs in retail biz

Barcelona-based Stockagile has raised €2.5 million to further develop its omnichannel management software of inventory for SMEs. The round was led by Nauta Capital and saw the participation of 4Founders Capital, Angels, Juan Roig’s investment firm, which is part of Marina de Empresas, and Zone2Boost.

Founded by the two brothers, Miquel and Joan Subirats, the Spanish startup aims to support retailers in their end-to-end supply chain. It offers a cloud-based platform to enable inventory and sales management across all sales channels – bricks and mortar, online and marketplaces by synchronising catalogues, stock availability, and orders in real-time. 

The new funds will enable the platform to enhance its offering and customer sales and roll out a new sales and marketing strategy. 

Miquel Subirats, co-founder and CEO of Stockagile, said: “The future of retail lies in agile ways of working, optimisation and automation. SMEs need to sell as much as possible with limited resources in order to survive; they can only achieve this through digitalisation. Stockagile digitalises processes and connects the different sales channels using the latest technology to help retailers earn more.”  

Jordi Viñas, Nauta Capital partner, added: “Companies such as Stockagile that connect the offline and online worlds within the retail industry, have experienced a boom following the pandemic and this trend will continue, making them a vital part of retail’s future.”  

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