Startup Stockagile raises 2.5 million euros
Spanish software startup Stockagile has raised 2.5 million euros in seed capital. With the funds, the company wants to further develop its omnichannel management software and marketing strategy. The company aims to be a ‘leader in omnichannel sales management in the retail sector’.
Stockagile, based in Barcelona, is a cloud-based software for inventory and sales management. The software synchronizes catalogues, stock and orders in real-time for all sales channels, from marketplaces to physical stores and your online shop.
‘Leader in omnichannel sales management’
Stockagile will use the funds to further develop its product as well as its customer service, aiming to launch a new marketing strategy. The Spanish startup says it wants to be ‘a leader in omnichannel sales management in the retail sector’.
Stockagile will use the money to further develop its product.
The company’s website currently lists 10 clients, such as Willshop, Syra Coffee and Casablanca. The startup is aimed at small and medium-sized companies that sell physical products, Stockagile writes, such as brands, wholesalers, stores and ecommerce or native digital brands that ‘need to digitize their processes or need to centralize their ecommerce marketplace and physical store sales.’
The website currently lists 10 clients.
‘We have the goal of automating retailer processes’
“SMEs have to sell the maximum with the minimum resources to be sustainable; this is only achieved with digitization,” co-founder and CEO Miquel Subirats says. “Stockagile digitizes processes and connects sales channels using the best technology to help merchants earn more. We have the goal of automating many of the processes of the retailer itself, such as deciding prices and placing orders with suppliers.”