Financial planning platform Cube closes Series A round

Financial planning and analysis platform Cube has closed its Series A round, which was led by Mayfield.

The company also received funds from Bonfire Ventures and Operator Collective.

An investment size was not disclosed.

Founded in 2018 by Christina Ross, Cube offers a real-time financial planning and analysis platform that it claims can disrupt the enterprise performance management space. It achieves this through a SaaS platform capable of automating manual workloads around spreadsheet-based planning and analysis.

The FinTech is hoping to triple its headcount by the end of the year, with a focus on its engineering, product and go-to-market teams.

Mayfield Partner Rajeev Batra said, “When we met Christina, we were immediately struck by her empathy for her end user and her vision for the role of planning to create immense value for businesses.

“We are excited to be part of her journey, as Cube is not just a company but a movement to elevate the role of Finance, much like other companies we have partnered with have done, such as Outreach for sales teams and Marketo for marketing teams.”

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