Singapore-based cloud company Deskera has announced a total of US$60 million the company has raised from several investors like Jungle Ventures, Cisco Investments, Tembusu Partners, Susquehanna International Group, and Innoven Capital.

“Our mission remains the same since day one, which is to provide SMEs with access to technology. With this investment, we aim to add more solutions to our portfolio and to continue our global expansion,” said Shashank Dixit, CEO of Deskera.

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Deskera also announces today the new B2B commerce platform for SMEs called Desk. Desk seeks to bring together vendors, logistics, payments, and customs under one integrated platform.

With services accessible across Southeast Asia, Deskera targets small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in the region with a cloud-based platform.

Deskera said the platform helps SMEs to run their businesses, track their accounts and finances, manage their customers, and hire and manage employees.

Anurag Srivastava, Managing Partner at Jungle Ventures and Board Member of Deskera shares his belief in Deskera’s capability. “Deskera’s product portfolio has potentials to change the way SMEs work across Asia,” said Srivastava.

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Deskera was founded in Singapore by Shashank Dixit, who’s now an acting CEO.

Deskera has more than 300 people worldwide with offices mainly in Southeast Asia, such as in Singapore, Kuala Lumpur, and Jakarta. It also has offices in Dubai and in eight major Indian cities such as Mumbai, Delhi, Bangalore, Ahmedabad, and Pune.