After the latest financing round, the Mumbai- and California-based company will be valued at $750-$775 million, more than double from its previous round, people familiar with the deal talks said.
The fundraise comes at a time when SaaS (Software as a Service) companies have seen valuations plummet after the highs touched during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Indian SaaS poster child Freshworks, which went public in the United States last year, has seen its valuation crater to $4.3 billion, down almost 68% from its IPO price as tech valuations in the US public market have been severely hit in the past eight months.
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