Workiz, a San Diego, CA-based field service management and communication startup, closed a $13m Series B funding round.
The round was led by New Era Capital Partners, with participation from Aleph, Magenta Venture Partners, Maor Investments, and TMT Investments PLC. In conjunction with the funding, Managing Partner Gideon Argov joined the Workiz board.
The company intends to use the funds to continue to expand operations and its business reach.
Co-founded by Erez Marom, Idan Kadosh, and Saar Kohanovitch, and led by CEO Adi (Didi) Azaria, Workiz provides a field service management and communication software platform for small to medium, on-demand service businesses in the locksmith, junk removal, carpet cleaning, garage door repair, and appliance repair industries. The tool has specialized and customizable features like scheduling, dispatching, client and job management, invoicing, payments, inventory management, online booking, and a patented in-app Service Phone System, and integrates with Quickbooks, Google, Zoom, MailChimp, and Gusto.
Workiz caters to over 100,000 service professionals across the United States and Canada who have scheduled more than 12 million jobs, sent upwards of 100 million text messages to clients, and earned over $5 billion in job revenue.