Software firm Anaplan has closed a $60m Series F round.
The round was led by Premji Invest alongside Salesforce Ventures, Top Tier Capital Partners and other existing backers.
Anaplan, which was founded in a Yorkshire barn by CTO Michael Gould and is now headquartered in the US, has raised $300m to date and is valued at $1.4bn.
The funds will be used to expand internationally and expand its development team.
“As we continue to scale, we are excited to have this additional support from our investors,” said Frank Calderoni, president and CEO of Anaplan.
“This funding is going to help accelerate our ability to explore new opportunities, grow our partner and customer community, and develop new technologies that will continue to build upon our world-class connected planning platform.”
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“Companies around the world are using Anaplan to connect data, people, and plans,” said Sandesh Patnam, partner at Premji Invest.
“We’re excited to lead another investment round because we’ve seen how the Anaplan platform facilitates better decision-making across organisations.”
The news comes after Anaplan raised $90m last year.
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