As temperatures were heating up last month so were Atlanta tech companies. Several businesses spanning the SaaS, logistics and HR industries raised funds in July. The Peach State Capital’s five largest tech funding rounds raked in a collective $119.8 million in July — slightly up from the $117 million raised in June. These local companies are innovating the city’s tech sector and actively looking for new faces to join their teams. Read on to see which company pulled in the most capital last month and which ones have open roles.
#5. $100,000, July 13
Atlanta-based Pruuvn is a credentialing and data trust company that operates on the blockchain. Primarily working with gig workers, the startup’s platform simplifies contractor verification, compliance, onboarding and more. Pruuvn raised $100,000 from Northwestern Mutual’s Black Founder Accelerator program.
#4. $700,000, July 20
Dovetail is a SaaS startup focused on design automation, from exporting project specs to building a product library. Used by contractors and interior designers, the startup was launched by Atlanta-based interior design firm Dana Lynch Design. Early adopters are currently using the platform and those interested can join a waitlist. The pre-seed round was led by Lake County Techologies.
#3. $2 million, July 26
Founded in 2021, Carpool Logistics is an automotive logistics company that helps customers save money and reduce emissions when shipping vehicles. Led by Atlanta Ventures, this $2 million raise will be used to hire 18 people and further develop the startup’s software.
#2. $43 million, July 26
With the intent of helping businesses expand their sales channels, Allbound is a partner relationship management tool. The $43 million raise from Invictus Growth Partners will go toward product innovation and Allbound’s marketing and sales efforts. The company is actively hiring for engineers and various managers.
#1. $74 million, July 12
SingleOps is an all-in-one management tool for landscapers, arborists, lawn care companies and others in the landscaping business. With $74 million from FTV Capital, SingleOps plans to expand its platform and grow its team. The Atlanta-based company is actively hiring for several roles.