HighRadius wants to transform CFOs' offices with AI software
HighRadius, an AI software developer for the fintech sector, has reached a new valuation of $3.1bn following a $300m Series C funding round.
HighRadius specialises in SaaS automated accounts receivable and treasury systems. These platforms help reduce order-to-cash cycle times by streamlining credit, billing, payment processing, and more.
Transforming CFO roles with AI
“Our mission at D1 is to back visionary entrepreneurs as they solve large, pressing problems,” stated Daniel Sundheim, Founder of D1 Capital. “Offices of the CFO have historically relied on antiquated, analogue processes and infrastructure to manage their accounts receivable and treasury functions.
“HighRadius is a clear leader in driving digital transformation in the Office of the CFO. We have been impressed by Sashi and his team’s long-term focus and look forward to joining the company’s journey.”
John Curtius, Partner at Tiger Global, agreed, “HighRadius bears all of the signs of being a ‘category defining’ business for order-to-cash automation. We are thrilled to join the HighRadius team for the ride.”
Already used by over 600 clients, 200 of which are in the Fortune 2000, HighRadius appears to be well-positioned for meeting its investors’ expectations. The company was also recently listed in Forbes’ .
“Our goal has always been to build a long-lasting business that outlasts all of us,” said Sashi Narahari, Founder and CEO of HighRadius.
“I look forward to working with such high-quality long-term investors who share a common vision of transforming the Office of the CFO using a combination of AI built on top of connected finance workspaces and embedded analytics.”
Video source: HighRadius
- The development of Application Programming Interfaces (APIs)Financial Services (FinServ)
- Egyptian Fintech Startup: Who are MoneyFellows?Financial Services (FinServ)
- Checkout.com formally partners with B2B fintech ShieldpayDigital Payments
- Fintech LIVE LONDON 2022 round-up and dates for 2023Financial Services (FinServ)