Celonis, an execution management firm, secured $1 billion in additional funding.
This $1 billion liquidity is anchored by a $400 million capital raise at a post-money valuation of nearly $13 billion. The Series D extension is led by the Qatar Investment Authority (QIA) and includes new blue chip investors Activant Capital, a fund advised by Neuberger Berman, Alta Park Capital and Commonfund Capital. Existing investors including Arena Holdings, funds and accounts advised by T. Rowe Price Associates, Inc., Franklin Templeton, Durable Capital Partners LP, TCV, 83North, Accel Partners and Sator Grove also joined the round extension. Additionally, Celonis expanded its revolving credit facility to access up to $600 million led by KeyBanc Capital Markets, along with Goldman Sachs, HSBC Ventures, JP Morgan, Morgan Stanley Senior Funding, Inc., Citibank and Deutsche Bank. acting as joint leader. arrangers. Syndicate lenders also included RBC Capital Markets, Silicon Valley Bank, SMBC, Citizens, MUFG and Bank of America.
The company will use these additional funds to invest in product innovation, drive adoption with Global 2000 customers, expand market potential through acquisition investments, and deepen penetration with ecosystem partners.
Led by Bastian Nominacher and Alex Rinke, Celonis provides an execution management system that includes a comprehensive set of platform features for business executives and users to eliminate billions of business inefficiencies , deliver customer experience and reduce carbon emissions. Celonis has thousands of implementations with global customers and is headquartered in Munich, Germany and New York, USA with over 20 offices worldwide.