Qatalog, a London-based startup that wants to consolidate the numerous apps used at work these days, has exited stealth mode by announcing two fundraising rounds at once.
Most recently the company closed a $15 million Series A round to expand its team and bring its product to market. Atomico led the round, with participation from Salesforce Ventures, and angel investors Jacob de Geer, Chris Hitchen, Thijn Lamers and all existing investors.
Those existing investors participated in a seed round one year ago. Mosaic Ventures led the $3.5 million round last October, and was joined by a host of European founders and execs: Taavet Hinrikus (Transferwise CEO and co-founder), Paul Forster (Founder, Indeed), Ott Kaukver (former CTO, Twilio), Renaud Visage (Eventbrite co-founder), Philipp Moehring and Andy Chung (Tiny Supercomputer), Andreas Klinger (Remote First Capital) and other angels from Transferwise, Deepmind and Monzo.
All of these investors believe in Qatalog’s workplace software.
By its own description, Qatalog ‘brings together all of the SaaS building blocks of modern work’, including Teams/Slack, Microsoft/Google Suite, Zoom, Confluence, Jira, Notion, Asana and others. It organises these tools around the relevant people, teams and projects in a company — or as the company calls it, the ‘Work Graph’.
It is the SaaS tool for SaaS tools. “After all, the real promise of these apps isn’t just in what they do individually—it’s what they can do together,” says Irina Haivas, partner at Atomico. “Qatalog is the missing piece in the SaaS workplace puzzle that solves this problem.” Haivas will join the startup’s board.
The software is currently in closed product development, testing with private companies in EUrope and Silicon Valley. The new funding will help build out the Qatalog’s London team.