Jan. 15 2021 07:15 AM

Summit Partners leads investment to fuel product development and accelerate go-to-market.

Jobber, Edmonton, Alberta, a provider of job tracking and customer management software, announced a $60 million growth equity round led by global growth investor Summit Partners. The round includes participation from Jobber’s existing investors OMERS Ventures and Version One Ventures, as well as first-time participation from Tech Pioneers Fund. This growth financing will support continued investment in R&D, hiring and customer acquisition, and it will help to further accelerate the company’s rapid growth.

More than 100,000 service professionals in 47 countries across 50 service segments rely on Jobber to keep their jobs on track, automate workflows and communicate with customers.

“We founded Jobber with a mission to help small businesses and the people behind them be successful,” says Sam Pillar, CEO and co-founder of Jobber. “Home service businesses are facing ever-increasing consumer expectations for a more seamless, digital experience while at the same time working to meet unprecedented demand. We are proud of the positive impact the Jobber platform has had on so many small businesses and the service professionals who lead them. We’re excited to be partnering with Summit as we continue to pursue our mission and build on Jobber’s leadership position in the home service category.”

Colin Mistele, principal at Summit Partners, has joined Jobber’s board of directors.

“We believe the home service category is in the early stages of a significant digital transformation, and Jobber is paving the way for thousands of small and mid-sized services businesses that are working to incorporate digital tools in order to keep pace with customer expectations,” says Mistele. “The Jobber team blends strong product vision, data-driven market perspective and a customer-centric approach, a powerful combination that we believe will support the company’s continued rapid growth. We are thrilled to partner with the Jobber team and we are excited about the future of this category.”