Catalyst portfolio company Weave is featured on The Cloud 100. Make no mistake: Covid-19 hasn’t slowed this group down. With a record combined value of about $270 billion and at least 87 companies valued at $1 billion or more—up from 65 a year ago—the Cloud 100 list is bigger and stronger than ever before.
Catalyst portfolio company Weave was highlighted in Forbes’ ‘2020 Next Billion-Dollar Startups’ list.
CEO of Catalyst-backed Weave, Brandon Rodman, is one of the Utah Business CEO of the Year honorees.
Weave, the leader in customer communication, today announced it has closed a $70 million series D funding round led by new Weave investor Tiger Global Management, with additional funding from current Weave investors including Catalyst, Bessemer, Crosslink, Pelion and LeadEdge.
Communication platform Weave’s mascots represent its three core values of being hungry, caring, and creative. The late-stage start-up raised a $70 million round–seeing a valuation jump by 3.2x in the past 10 months to $970 million.
Weave’s mission is to bring local businesses and the people they serve closer together. With an estimated 29 million small and medium businesses (SMB) in the U.S. alone, Weave’s unique set of consolidated business tools and impressive growth year over year, the company is disrupting and improving the way businesses work and communicate.
Catalyst-backed Weave, the premier communication platform for small and medium-sized businesses, was named to the Forbes 2019 Cloud 100 list of the world’s best cloud companies. The definitive list ranking the top private cloud companies is published by Forbes in partnership with Bessemer Venture Partners and Salesforce Ventures.
Catalyst portfolio company Weave announced a comprehensive payment platform designed to handle all payments in any small to medium-sized business. The innovation comes at a critical time as small businesses push to keep up with the on-demand climate of today’s consumers. Weave’s payment platform provides multiple ways for businesses to collect money and effortless ways for consumers to pay.
Catalyst portfolio company Weave, a customer experience management (CXM) platform, raised an additional $37.5 million in a Series C funding round. Catalyst participated in the round led by Lead Edge Capital along with other existing investors Bessemer Venture Partners, Crosslink Capital and Pelion Venture Partners.
Catalyst-backed Weave provides dental, medical and optometry practices with a simple and secure HIPAA-compliant tool to optimize team communication.
Weave provides voice, SMS, email and marketing services to dental and optometry offices. Its unified communications as a service (UCaaS) product combines VoIP phone service with a customer service application that integrates with customer data from existing practice management software to help manage patient reminders, initiate phone calls, engage in two-way texting, solicit customer reviews and other customer relationship management functions. The company serves more than 3,600 dentists and optometrists across the country.