Qwilr, a Sydney, Australia—based platform that turns offline documents into web pages, raised $1.5m in funding.
Venture capital firm Point Nine Capital made the investment. In conjunction with the funding, Point Nine co-founder and Managing Partner Christoph Janz is to join Qwilr’s board.
Led by co-founder and CEO Dylan Baskind and co-founder Mark Tanner, Qwilr allows users to transform business documents into professional web development pages with embedded videos, interactive charts, customer surveys, and streamlined sales processes across Accept, E-Sign and Payments.
The platform is used by over 40,000 businesses in more than 80 countries.
The company intends to use the funds to invest in product and team and to make a series of strategic hires across its design, engineering and marketing teams, to further its international growth and solidify its position in web documents.