Fintech startup Jirav raises $8.3M for financial planning and analysis software

San Francisco-based startup Jirav raised $8.3 million for its cloud-based financial planning software.

Founded in 2015, the company helps more than 1,400 customers monitor, analyze, and forecast their finances. The startup has 30 employees, including five people in Seattle.

Information Venture Partners led the round, which included participation from Bend, Ore.-based Seven Peaks Ventures and others. Total funding to date is $13.6 million.

“Good technology should remove friction and make our jobs easier. Jirav is doing that for finance,” Tom Gonser, DocuSign co-founder and general partner at Seven Peaks.

Jirav is led by co-founder and CEO Martin Zych, a University of Washington grad who was previously worked at Atlas Accelerator, Limeade, and Zephyr Health. He co-founded the company with Steven Turner. a veteran of Genesys, Alcatel-Lucent, LiveVox, and Zephyr Health.

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