- Statement has raised $12 million in Seed funding.
- The funds come from Glilot Capital Partners, Citi, Mensch Capital Partners, Titan Capital, and Operator Partners.
- The company will use the funds to bolster its market launch strategies, speed up product development, and hire additional employees.
Cash flow intelligence company Statement has raised $12 million in Seed funding this week for its cash flow management platform. Today’s funds come from Glilot Capital Partners, Citi, Mensch Capital Partners, Titan Capital, and Operator Partners.
According to TechCrunch, which broke the news, Statement will use the $12 million to bolster its market launch strategies and speed up product development. To fuel this growth, the New York-based company said it plans to expand its team to 35 employees by the end of 2024.
Launched last year by co-founders Idan Vlodinger and Shahar Lahav, Statement offers what it calls a “Cash Intelligence Platform” that provides enterprises a single, cohesive overview of their financial data in real time. The platform, which automatically categorizes transactions, connects with multiple banks and ERP systems to reflect real-time cash positions, show working capital analytics, automate accounts receivable reconciliation, and forecast cashflow using AI.
“Statement saves the office of the CFO hundreds of hours per month on manual data collection and enrichment, and hundreds of thousands to millions of dollars by being able to manage their money faster and better,” Vlodinger told TechCrunch. “CFOs deserve to work with great software, with a fantastic user interface, that has real-time data, and have the systems ‘speak’ to each other with true data reconciliation, so they can focus on growing their businesses.”
Armed with increasingly powerful AI-tools, more companies have been operating in this treasury management space, which used to be thought of as simply business financial management (BFM). Other companies offering financial management tools include Kyriba, international cash management provider Neo and HighRadius, which reached unicorn status in 2020.
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