Supersourcing, an IT outsourcing company has raised $500k in its seed funding round from multiple investors.
The funding round also saw participation from KubeVC ; Nitin Sethi (Chief Digital Officer, Founding Leader of Adani Digital Labs); Rajesh Gaur; (Head of Investment Solutions, Zoe Financial) ; Saurabh Gupta ( Senior Program Manager, Stripe) ; Sandeep Acharya ( Senior Manager IT Applications, Pidilite Industries Limited) ; JaykumarRaithatha (Solution Architect, Workplace Safety and Insurance Board) ; PhaniPriya Raju (Angel investor, HeadStart Network – LetsVenture) ; SapanSinghai (Business Analyst, Infosys USA) ; Arpit Bung (Technical lead, Guidewire) ; Nikhil Sharma ( Principal Consultant, Capco).
The startup plans to use the funds to fuel its expansion and capture its market share and build a strong brand presence.
Indore-based Supersourcing was founded in 2020 by industry veterans Mayank Pratap and Aditi Chaurasia, It helps early-stage startups and enterprises employ top-notch remote engineering talent and build ambitious tech products.
The startup claims to have helped over 12 unicorns, 32 Y Combinator-funded companies, and Fortune 500 brands.
The startup aims to bridge the search gap between the identification and shortlisting of thousands of potential IT agency partners.It gives curated recommendations of IT agencies based on the individual needs of every project.
In February 2021, Supersourcing had raised Rs 1.5 crore from marquee angel investors like Vijay Shekhar Sharma, DrRitesh Malik, and Nikhil Sharma.
With 9+ years of experience in the IT industry, they’ve identified a pain point that is caused by being unable to successfully outsource. The entire industry is affected by a lack of credibility. Supersourcing is built both for early-stage startups and enterprises looking for high-quality remote engineers to work on their projects. 7 out of 10 startups say that recruitment is their biggest challenge.
Supersourcing leverages cutting-edge technology and a global network to turn the century-old paradigm upside-down.