SendChamp, a Nigerian company, has secured $100,000 funds to enable African companies across the communication space, with the round’s conclusion signifying the public launch of the firm’s service.
Local angel syndicates including DFS Lab, Hustler Capital, HoaQ Club, and Velocity Digital, as well as angel investors such as Prosper Otemuyiwa, Samson Goddy, Merijn Campsteyn, Ayo Arikawe, and Lanre Ogungbe, participated in the US$100,000 angel round.
SendChamp is a company established by Goodness Kayode and Damilola Olotu that intends to enhance users interactions for both technical and non-technical company owners. It has been in private mode throughout the last eight months.
The company’s APIs enable users messages via SMS, WhatsApp, email, and voice, among other modes.
The CRM system, on the other hand, enables both technical and non-technical employees to better manage client relationships.
SendChamp is happy to have completed this round, which was backed by some of the most supportive investors in the African ecosystem, according to Kayode.
As a company, it is dedicated to assisting African businesses in improving their client interactions by developing the most user-friendly solution available.
SendChamp employs far more non-technical entrepreneurs than technical employees, and it is built primarily for them.
The company wants technical and non-technical business employees to be able to engage with their clients efficiently across numerous message channels from a single platform.
SendChamp has indeed partnered with companies like TeamApt, Bumpa, Selar, Flux, and Edves to attain and engage customers, despite the fact that the startup is still in private beta.
It has assisted these businesses in sending over three million communications to over 300,000 clients in the previous six months.
SendChamp plans to use the funds to further product development and grow its personnel. The company has also lately extended into Kenya.
SendChamp is establishing the key communications level of the digital commerce stack on the planet, according to Stephen Deng, partner at DFS Lab, and they’re employing no-code solutions so that vendors large and small can simply manage their customers and grow their businesses.
This company has a world-class instinct for customer-centricity, and DFS Lab is ecstatic to be supporting a group that can deliver at this level.
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