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Ameyo Raises $5 Million - Targets Cloud Contact Center and Sales Acceleration Technology Space

Ameyo, the leading Contact Center Software provider today announced about $5 million Series-A round of venture capital funding. The entire investment was by the Bangalore -based private equity firm, Forum Synergies ( India ) PE Fund Managers through IKMF-I, the fund managed by them.

Commenting on the round, Mr. Bishal Kumar , CEO of Drishti (creator of and, said, "Contact Centers are undergoing rapid transformation both in terms of impact to the core business and movement to cloud. This represents a 3 billion dollar global opportunity. Telesales and Inside Sales teams are adapting Sales Acceleration Technology which is a new 12 billion dollar opportunity and growing very fast. This fresh funding would catalyse our larger participation in both of these fantastic market opportunities."

The funds will be used to expand into the US market, expand offerings in ' Cloud Contact Center ' and 'Sales Acceleration Technology' space, and platform investments into stronger ISV relations in the Enterprise Contact Center Software market.

This move is a part of company's vision to take Ameyo global after its success in Asia , Middle East and Africa Enterprise contact center markets. Ameyo received an honorable mention in the '2015 Gartner Magic Quadrant - Contact Center Infrastructure'.

Drishti was bootstrapped by Bishal Kumar , Sachin Bhatia and Nayan Jain (Classmates from IIT Guwahati), in 2003. Today it's about 300 people strong. With Ameyo, Drishti serves over 1500 customers in over 40 countries including names like Ola Cabs, Jabong, Bankbazaar, Tiny Owl, Mphasis, WNS, Jordan Ahli Bank, Chase Bank , etc.

TexoCC, Drishti's SAAS offering, was launched in Sep 2014 targeting midsized Contact Centers and Inside Sales Teams. Recent wins include Subway, Urban Clap , Grofers, Peppertap, Aspire IT.

Mr. Samir Inamdar , co-founder MD & CEO of Forum Synergies, will join the Board of Drishti. Mr. Inamdar said, "The ongoing transformation of Contact Centers, their increasing criticality to business and the exploding Cloud opportunity, position Ameyo perfectly for explosive global growth. We are confident that the complementary skill-sets of the founder team of Bishal, Sachin and Nayan give Drishti the edge in creating significant value for our investors."

In this transaction, Mumbai -based boutique investment bank Zanskar Advisors was the exclusive financial advisor to Drishti.

Originally published on Ameyo Newsroom

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