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This SaaS platform rakes in $100M to help painters get a job faster

Jobber funding
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Operations management software – Jobber – for small home service businesses like HVAC, lawn care, plumbing, residential cleaning, painting, and more has grabbed $100 million in a Series D funding. Investor General Atlantic led the round, which has backed numerous tech unicorns and IPOs, such as Mobileye.

The investment round also includes participation from Jobber’s existing investors Summit Partners that led Jobber’s $60 million funding early in 2021 and other startups such as Red Points, Version One Ventures, and Tech Pioneers Fund. The investment is anticipated to support its continued growth through investments in R&D, sales and marketing, and new customer acquisition.

“Although we’re proud of our growth to date, the real opportunity lies ahead of us,” said Shawn Cadeau, Chief Revenue Officer at Jobber. “There are more than 6.2 million home service businesses in North America alone delivering more than $600 billion in services each year that can benefit greatly from using Jobber.”

Sam Pillar, CEO and co-founder of Jobber said, “We’re committed to doing everything we can to help them transform the way they deliver their services and operate their companies. We’re thrilled to partner with General Atlantic as we continue to pursue our mission of helping the people in small businesses be successful, and further entrench our leadership position in this important and growing small business category.”

In addition to the investment, Aaron Goldman, the Managing Director and Head of Enterprise Technology Investing at General Atlantic, has joined Jobber as one of the Board of Directors.

Mr. Goldman commented, “With a platform that is purpose-built for the home service category, Jobber has an opportunity to continue deepening its value as the platform of choice with its customers. We are pleased to partner with Sam and the Jobber leadership team as they focus on strategic growth and continued product expansion.”

Helps small home service businesses

Forrest Zeisler and Sam Pillar founded Jobber in 2011 in Canada to help small home service businesses modernise their operations, increase their earning potential, and meet consumer expectations. With its all-in-one SaaS and mobile solution, businesses can manage the entire customer lifecycle, including quoting, scheduling crews, dispatching jobs, invoicing, and accepting credit card payments.

In addition to automating day-to-day operations, the platform keeps track of everything in one place. By providing service at scale, it helps small businesses run smoothly.

In over 60 countries, Jobber has 200,000 home service professionals serving 27 million properties. In Canada, the U.S., and Latin America, the company employs more than 600 people.

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