- Funding Received
- $4.2 Million in 3 Rounds from 10 Investors
- Most Recent Funding
- $2.2 Million Series B on May 24, 2013
- ERPLY provides SaaS-based solutions for commercial retail inventory that handles data across physical shops, online stores and warehouses.
- Kristjan Randma, Kristian Hiiemaa, Kris Hiiemaa
- Point of Sale, Startups, Accounting, Sales and Marketing, CRM, Enterprise Software, Software
ERPLY is a maker of software for commercial retail inventory and ecommerce that handles data across physical shops, online stores and offices and provides real-time dashboards with relevant data.
Erply offers: 1. Full-featured financials, CRM, POS, inventory, and ecommerce software - all in a single system 2. Real-time management across your entire business operation - shops, offices 3. On-demand infrastructure, that actually lowers maintenance and cuts license fees 4. Real-time dashboards for all your information need 5. Anywhere, anytime access to the information you need
Erply was selected as a winner of Seedcamp 2009.
Funding Rounds (3) - $4.2MUpdate
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