Capchase Stock

capchase.comFinTechFounded: 2020Funding to Date: $108.94MM

Capchase helps SaaS companies finance the growth of their operations with cash tied up in future monthly payments. This company was founded by Ignacio Moreno, Przemek Gotfryd, Luis Basagoiti and Miguel Fernandez in 2020 and is headquartered in New York, NY. Capchase's platform allows startups to get upfront capital immediately so that they can grow fast, without expensive financing and dilution.

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Management Team

Miguel Fernandez
Co-Founder & Chief Executive Officer
Przemek Gotfryd
Co-Founder & Chief Operating Officer

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News

Capchase, a New York-based provider of non-dilutive capital, announced Capchase Analytics, a tool to help Software as a Service (SaaS) founders make real-time financial decisions based on their businesses' performance. Along with the launch of Capchase Analytics, the company revealed more than $400M in additional debt financing.
New York-based Capchase—which is no stranger to large debt raises—closed its largest debt round to date, locking up $400 million to provide funding to startups. The new round comes just about four months after the nondilutive capital provider raised an $80 million Series B, and almost a year after it closed a $280 million round.
The new funding will be used to help introduce the company’s new “buy now, pay later” feature, which allows companies to get money upfront for their largest expenses — such as payroll — and repay at a fixed rate in three-, six-, nine- or 12-month increments.