Jobber, an Edmonton, Alberta, Canada-based provider of home service management software, raised USD$60m in growth equity funding.
The round was led by Summit Partners with participation from existing investors OMERS Ventures and Version One Ventures, as well as new backers Tech Pioneers Fund. In conjunction with the funding, Colin Mistele, Principal at Summit Partners, joined Jobber’s Board of Directors.
The company intends to use the funds for continued investment in R&D, hiring, customer acquisition, and accelerate growth.
Led by Sam Pillar, CEO, and Forrest Zeisler, CTO, Jobber offers an all-in-one SaaS and mobile solution for small home service businesses to manage the full customer lifecycle – from generating proposals and sending quotes to scheduling crews, dispatching jobs, invoicing customers and accepting in-person or electronic payments. More than 100,000 service professionals in 47 countries across 50 service segments currently use Jobber.
The company is headquartered in Edmonton, Alberta, operates a second office in Toronto, Ontario, and has recently started hiring remote people.