Corefactors Raises Pre-series a Funding for Its ISM Product Teleduce
Corefactors is delighted to share that it has raised Pre-series A funding for its integrated sales and marketing product Teleduce.
In this round of funding, investors like Yogesh Chaudhary of Jaipur Rugs, RadhaKrishna Thatavarti of Oxyloans and Jitender Lahori of Emirates Airline, Yusuf Hatim or Amynk Group, and Nagarajan have participated. This funding was executed with the help of a growth catalyst firm ah! Ventures.
With Teleduce, Corefactors helps SMBs, SMEs, and enterprises to reduce lead leakage to zero. Teleduce comes with several modules such as lead management system, in-built cloud telephony, SMS marketing, email marketing, analytics, and customer success manager.
With this funding, Corefactors plans to geographically expand into key markets across APAC and MENA region. Needless to say, it will help Teleduce enhance their product pipeline along with bundling the product in a strategic manner.
Besides enhancing Teleduce, this fund will help Corefactors to mitigate challenges in the path of establishing a global presence. Used by industries across the country, Teleduce seeks to help its clients in the entire process starting from lead capturing to customer retention.
With Teleduce from Corefactors, businesses find it easier to reduce lead leakage and drive sales growth.
“This round of funding with ah! Ventures will help us in identifying and mitigating challenges in global acquisition while propelling growth. We will be able to enhance the product pipeline of Teleduce and prepare for geographical expansion into key markets. Needless to say that we are excited to partner with ah! Ventures for our journey ahead,” said Sharmila Sundaram, CEO of Corefactors.
Earlier Teleduce has won awards such as SoftwareSuggest Expert’s Choice 2018, Hot 100 Race to Grace, CIO Review 20 Most Promising Marketing Technology Companies, and so on.
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