This is the Nexthink pitch deck to raise a $180m series-d round in 2021.
Nexthink is a global leader in digital experience management.
The company’s product allows enterprises to create highly productive digital workplaces for their employees by delivering optimal end-user experience. Through a unique combination of real-time analytics, automation and employee feedback across all endpoints, Nexthink helps IT teams meet the needs of the modern digital workplace.
Swiss employee experience startup Nexthink has raised a $180 million Series D funding round.
The funding was led by UK private equity fund Permira, through its Growth Opportunities Fund, alongside existing investors including Highland Europe and Index Ventures. Nexthink’s raise brings it to a unicorn valuation of $1.1 billion.
Nexthink, founded in 2004, provides digital employee experience management tools using analytics, automation and employee feedback services. The company recently released a survey into the sector and found that 96% of tech executives agree that employee experience is a key part of the role of IT teams, but also that 46% of those surveyed don’t measure employee experience at all.
The funding was raised remotely and began in October 2020.
“The experience was actually very positive, in some ways better, as we were able to maximize the time with investors while reduce travelling hours which are very typical in fundraising,” Pedro Bados, Nexthink CEO, told Insider in an interview. “On the other side, we definitely missed the social time with investors, but I believe this is something we can do hopefully in the near future.”
The company, dual-headquartered in Lausanne, Switzerland and Boston is now close to 700 employees and intends to reach 900 by the end of 2021. Bados said the company was hiring hiring in the US, Europe and India and will use the funding to continue growing its global footprint. Nexthink also claims to have crossed the $100 million annual recurring revenue mark in 2020 — a metric software startups use to indicate how much money they will make in the space of a year, based on current contracts.
“Despite the symbolic valuation of more than $1.1 billion, this is just another milestone in our journey and our focus now is on executing the strategy and accelerating the business growth,” Bados added.
|Transaction Name||Number of Investors||Money Raised||Lead Investors|
|Feb 8, 2021||Series D – Nexthink||3||€149.5M||Permira|
|Dec 12, 2018||Series C – Nexthink||6||$86.4M||Index Ventures|
|Apr 7, 2016||Series B – Nexthink||4||$48.9M||
|Jun 26, 2014||Corporate Round – Nexthink||1||$20.8M||Auriga Partners|
|Sep 1, 2010||Series A – Nexthink||3||$4.9M||Auriga Partners|
|Jan 31, 2007||Corporate Round – Nexthink||2||$3.3M||Auriga Partners|
|Apr 7, 2006||Seed Round – Nexthink||1||$1.3M||VI Partners|
|Jun 25, 2004||Pre Seed Round – Nexthink||—||$119K||—|
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