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Jirav Raises $20M to Transform Financial Planning Software for Businesses

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Addressing the Limitations of Legacy Financial Tools

After years of working with various startups, Martin Zych, co-founder of Jirav, identified the need for an automated, cloud-based solution to streamline financial modeling and bookkeeping processes. Traditional tools often presented challenges in measuring and planning for changes in a comprehensive manner.

Jirav Secures $20 Million in Series B Funding Round

Jirav has successfully concluded a Series B funding round, raising $20 million. Led by Cota Capital and supported by Born Capital, Alumni Ventures, Information Venture Partners, and Bluefish Ventures, this funding brings Jirav’s total investment to $33 million. The company intends to utilize the funds for product development, customer acquisition, and talent recruitment.

Jirav’s Innovative Approach to Financial Planning and Analysis

Jirav’s platform offers an extensive collection of prebuilt financial planning and analysis (FP&A) solutions tailored to specific industries. This includes comprehensive financial models, key performance indicators (KPIs), reports, and interactive dashboards.

Enabling Businesses to Navigate Uncertainties and Optimize Resources

By connecting their accounting, workforce, and operational data to Jirav’s platform, businesses gain access to a range of tools for forecasting profits, losses, and cash flows. With these capabilities, companies can create budgets and scenario plans to effectively analyze changes and make informed decisions.

A Competitive Landscape and Growing Market Demand

While Jirav competes with rivals like Cube, Firmbase, Vereto, and Mosaic in the FP&A software market, it aims to differentiate itself by providing tailored solutions that cater to accounting firms’ unique needs. Allied Market Research projects significant market growth, with the FP&A software market expected to reach $16.9 billion by 2031, up from $3.7 billion in 2021.

Strong Growth and Focus on Customer Satisfaction

With over 4,000 companies in its customer base, Jirav boasts record growth in recent quarters. While exact revenue figures remain undisclosed, Martin Zych emphasizes the company’s commitment to delivering a differentiated product and continuously innovating within the financial planning space. Jirav’s focus on customer satisfaction is evident through its expanding user base and consistent platform enhancements.


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