Convirza Closes $20M Series B Round
This is a time of extraordinary growth for our company.
Change is in the air. Part of the thrill that drives each startup community is watching the evolution of each business, where each decision drives a million different possibilities. Some decisions cause failure, others success, but the line dividing both is smaller than most people realize. Ultimately, that’s why change occurs — when the options are failure or success, change is the only way to keep moving forward.
Convirza is changing. In the past few months, they have re-branded (formerly LogMyCalls, now Convirza) and acquired the media and publishing division of CallSource, adding numerous employees and clients in the process.
Today, Convirza has announced the closing of a $20 million Series B round led by an unnamed investment group.
“This is a time of extraordinary growth for our company,” Jason Wells, CEO of Convirza, said in a statement. “We have a great relationship with our investment group and we’re thrilled they share our vision in our new brand and product. This round of funding is evidence of our track record of growth and success.”
The recent changes have already brought ample growth. Boasting offices in Draper, UT, and Agoura Hills, CA, Convirza serves over 1200 customers, has an 800 percent growth rate over the last two years, and is primed for even more expansion (cue Don Draper: “That’s what the money is for!”). Their platform helps businesses analyze and act upon calls, generating more revenue and improving customer experience while taking pride in the title of the “only call optimization platform on the market.”