Tel Aviv-based digital applications startup EasySend raises $11 million
EasySend develops a no-code drag and drop platform for managing customer experience by converting manual forms and data collection processes into digital mobile or web applications
Tel Aviv-based digital applications startup EasySend Ltd. announced Tuesday it has raised $11 million in a series A round led by Israeli venture capital firm Hanaco Ventures. Intel’s venture arm, Intel Capital, also participated in the round.
EasySend raised an additional $5 million in a previously unannounced Seed round led by Vertex Ventures and Israeli insurance company Menora Mivtachim Holdings Ltd.
Founded in 2016 by Tal Daskal, Omer Shirazi, and Eran Shirazi, EasySend develops a no-code drag and drop platform for managing customer experience by converting manual forms and data collection processes into digital mobile or web applications.
EasySend co-founders Eran Shirazi (left) Tal Daskal, and Omer Shirazi. Photo: Dana Damari
The company counts Bank Leumi, one of Israel’s two largest banks, Israeli investment group Altshuler Shaham, Menora Mivtachim, Clal Insurance Enterprises Holdings Ltd., and Harel Insurance, among its customers.
“The world is changing,” Daskal, who serves as EasySend’s CEO, said in a statement. The coronavirus (Covid-19) crisis forces traditional institutions to adopt digital transformation processes at an unprecedented pace and scale, he said. “Our platform allows an easy transition to digital interfaces for a wide range of industries, especially in the insurance and finance sectors,” he added.