Ghent, Belgium, 2 August 2018 - Teamleader, known for its SaaS platform for CRM, project management and invoicing, announced today that it has closed a Series C funding round of $ 22 million (18,5M EUR).
The Euro is the world’s second most tradable currency, used by 19 of the 28 EU member states. So that means there’s a reasonable amount of economic traffic in other currencies in and outside of the EU. In our mission to help European SMEs work smarter, providing multi-currency options is really a key factor. Since April 2016, Teamleader offered the possibility to convert deals and invoices - only for the end total - into a different currency. We’re glad to announce that we have expanded our multi-currency features for you to try out in beta.
We’re very proud to announce the Teamleader Integration Fund. Software developers can apply for a chunk of the fund to build a new integration between their app and Teamleader, or to improve an already existing one. It’s a huge step in our evolution from product to platform: it will help our users work even smarter, encourages software builders to join our ecosystem, and lowers the threshold for other businesses to reap the benefits of the cloud.
At our Belgian Work Smarter event on May 15, CTO Tom Schouteden and CEO Jeroen De Wit proudly presented Teamleader’s new mobile app to over 500 attendees.
A few weeks ago we announced we were redesigning our navigation menu. Since then, we’ve had some beta users try it out and the results were very positive. That means you too can expect a new and improved navigation menu soon. Our gradual roll-out for all users will start April 23!
It’s been almost one and a half year since we opened our office in Madrid, and our team has grown considerably since then. Last month, we welcomed seasoned IT specialist José Marcos Lopéz-Ríos as our new Country Manager for Spain. We’re happy to briefly introduce him to you!
As a fast-growing European company, Teamleader takes data security very seriously. This article defines what data security is about, and outlines a series of measures our Product and Engineering team has taken to ensure full security of the data our users entrust us with.
We’re very excited to announce two new hires for our executive team. Learn more about Itay Haber and Marc Zinnemers’ role and the value they’ll create for our company and our customers.
The GDPR or General Data Protection Regulation is fast approaching. On May 25th 2018, all entities that process personal data of data subjects (i.e. an identified or identifiable natural person) located in the EU will need to comply with the new legal data privacy framework. Compliance is a necessity, not a choice. Find out everything your SME needs to know about the GDPR.
Every company processes personal data. Whether you’re creating a mailing list or membership card, this is data that will be subjected to the General Data Protection Regulation. But what is the GDPR exactly? Will it change the way you do business? Which measures do you need to take? In this article, we’ll concisely and comprehensively explain what the GDPR means and how it affects small businesses.