Baserow, an Amsterdam-based open-source, no-code database and platform startup, raised €5 million in seed funding.
The round was led by Inkef, joined by firstminute capital, Seedcamp, and Frontline, and angel investors such as Job van der Voort from Remote, Martin Henk from Pipedrive, and Shannon Williams from Rancher Labs.
The funds will be used to build the first open-source no-code toolchain and to launch its enterprise offering.
Company: Baserow B.V.
Round: Seed Round
Funding Month: July 2022
Lead Investors: Inkef
Additional Investors: firstminute capital, Seedcamp, Frontline, Job van der Voort, Martin Henk, and Shannon Williams
Company Website: https://baserow.io/
Software Category: open-source no-code toolchain
About the Company: Founded by Bram Weipjes and Olivier Maes in 2020 as it realized that businesses in the private and public sector space want to leverage no-code tools. Baserow is an open-source platform offering customers the choice of SaaS or self-hosting solutions, freeing users from vendor lock-in. It lets users customize the platform with personalized plug-ins and gives customers complete freedom to own and manage the applications they develop. As an API-first platform, it integrates seamlessly with any tool needed to build a no-code stack. The platform enables non-technical teams to capture and organize data to trigger intelligent business insights and automate processes. Since its debut, Baserow has garnered over 20,000 sign-ups and boasts more than 10,000 active users. With these tools, businesses want to create applications, manage data and automate processes for greater productivity, improve citizen services, drive faster time to market metrics, and lower costs.