Urjanet, an Atlanta, GA-based utility account aggregator, secured $14.65m in Series D funding.
Equifax as well as existing investors Oak HC/FT, Pete Kight, Grotech Ventures and Correlation Ventures contributed to the round.
The company intends to use the funds to grow adoption of the platform across consumer and commercial use cases, as well as to launch new products.
Led by Sanjoy Malik, CEO, Urjanet provides an utility data aggregator, delivering data from thousands of utility, telecom and cable providers across 47 countries. Its cloud-based platform and suite of APIs provide a secure way for businesses to access permissioned data to automate and digitize manual, paper-based processes.
The company has launched Urjanet Utility Bill Capture for Payments, which is now available to enable touchless utility and telecom invoice processing and bill payment. This new product delivers recurring utility and telecom bills every month, automating B2B and consumer bill payments through an API integration.