Fillr, a Melbourne, Australia and San Francisco, CA-based creator of secure autofill technology, raised AUS$5m in Series A funding.
Backers included SoftBank China Capital, Southern Cross Venture Partners and Reinventure as well as current investors Constant Innovation, the early stage venture fund launched by the founders of carsales.com, including Chairman Wal Pisciotta and CEO Greg Roebuck.
The company intends to use the funds to expand its global presence in North American, European and Asian markets and further advance its tech/AI.
Led by Chris Koch, CEO, and Chad Stephens, Chief Product Officer, Fillr has created cloud-based artificial intelligence that uses advanced machine-learning to power a data exchange platform that can be used for any payment, checkout or data transaction on the internet.
Currently, the company has partnered with more than 20 different browsers, handset OEMs and mobile software providers that represent a collective reach of more than 150 million MAUs with more than two thirds of its transactions emanating from North America and the United Kingdom.