13 Top Enterprise Software Startups

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As diverse and interesting startups spring up to meet the diverging and growing needs of a changing world, these startups and companies have needs of their own. Standard software packages often don't fully encompass the requirements of specific brands, and in response, enterprise software startups are creating innovative industry- and brand-specific applications and software to fill the gap. 

From autonomous warehouse drones to compensation management tools, we've rounded up the top enterprise software companies that you should be following. 

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Enterprise Software Companies to Watch

Every year, new startups pull to the forefront of their industry through exciting innovation and industry-disrupting business models. We’ve rounded up several enterprise software startups that startup-lovers, investors, and aspiring entrepreneurs should follow. 

Disclaimer: With so many exciting startups launching and growing worldwide, we aren’t able to cover them all. Furthermore, the startups that are listed below are not officially ranked and are listed in no particular order.


  • Location: New York City, New York
  • Founder(s): Gustavo Sapoznik, Marcus Westin
  • Founded In: 2014
  • Funding: Series C, $380 Million
  • Investors Include: Fidelity Investments, Dragoneer Investment Group, Emergence Capital

ASAPP is an enterprise software startup that is transforming the way customer care agents handle incoming telephone and online queries from customers. Its customer relationship management (CRM) software uses artificial intelligence (AI) to provide customer care agents with the correct solutions to customers' pains in real-time and by using machine learning, it uses successful resolutions from other representatives within the organization to provide new options to their colleagues while they're interacting with customers. 

2. ClickUp

ClickUp provides cloud-based collaboration applications intended to increase team productivity. This enterprise software startup is innovative in that it provides team members with the capability to work together on multiple projects in various forms on the same platform. 

3. SuperOps

  • Location: Chennai, India
  • Founder(s): Arvind Parthiban, Jayakumar Karumbasalam
  • Founded In: 2020
  • Funding: Series B, $29.4 Million
  • Investors Include: Matrix Partners India, March Capital, Addition

SuperOps is an AI-powered software solution built for managed service providers (MSP). The professional services automation (PSA) software helps users deliver better service, automate their invoicing, and manage quotes to ensure a predictable cash flow. This startup also offers information technology (IT) documentation, client asset management, and project management features.

4. Pave

Pave helps employers to leverage real-time equity and HR integration to improve planning, communication, and the benchmarking of compensation. This enterprise software startup's compensation transparency tools help to measure, track, and communicate compensation numbers for employees. Their planning tools also allow for accurate budgeting and reporting. 

5. Robust Intelligence

  • Location: San Francisco, California
  • Founder(s): Alexander Rilee, Eric Balkanski, Kojin Oshiba, Yaron Singer
  • Founded In: 2019
  • Funding: Series B, $44 Million
  • Investors Include: Sequoia Capital, Tiger Global Management, Engineering Capital

Robust Intelligence is a security platform that protects businesses against risk associated with AI and machine learning, saving them time and money during the development process. Using the platform, companies can protect themselves against security, operational, and ethical risks while unveiling the true potential of their technology — securely and compliantly. 

6. Hubilo

  • Location: San Francisco, Calif.
  • Founder(s): Mayank Aggarwal, Vaibhav Jain
  • Founded In: 2020
  • Funding: Series B, $153 Million
  • Investors Include: Balderton Capital, Lightspeed Venture Partners, Bossanova Investimentos

Hubilo has developed an event analytics platform, which it says is designed to bring together intelligence and experiences. Using the Hubilo platform, companies can host online events, communicate with delegates across the world, and arrange breakout sessions to encourage meaningful interaction. Essentially, this enterprise software startup gives businesses the ability to plan, promote, analyze, manage, and host online events all on one platform. 

7. AiDash

  • Location: San Jose, Calif.
  • Founder(s): Abhishek Vinod Singh, Nitin Das, Rahul Saxena
  • Founded In: 2019
  • Funding: Series C, $83 Million
  • Investors Include: Lightrock, Shell Ventures, G2 Venture Partners

AiDash is an enterprise software startup that has created an AI-first in its satellite-powered operations and maintenance used in energy, utility, and other core spaces utilizing geographically distributed assets. AiDash's tools use multispectral, high-resolution imagery combined with SAR data from satellite constellations and feed this data into proprietary AI models, which produce timely predictions for operations and maintenance activities. 

8. Emitwise

  • Location: London, United Kingdom
  • Founder(s): Ben Peddie, Eduardo Gómez, Mauro Cozzi
  • Founded In: 2019
  • Funding: Series A, $16.6 Million
  • Investors Include: True Ventures, ArcTern Ventures, Lightbird

Emitwise combines enterprise software with sustainability and green outcomes by providing an AI-technology-powered solution for companies that helps measure, report, and reduce their carbon footprint across their entire supply chain and operation. Emitwise has tackled a previously difficult-to-achieve goal of accurate carbon emission tracking, where most companies have been forced to track and measure various aspects of their organization individually. The startup hopes to help future-proof businesses and aim for a zero-carbon world.

9. Ware (Acquired by Gather AI)

  • Location: San Francisco, Calif.
  • Founder(s): Ian Smith, Joseph Moster
  • Founded In: 2019
  • Funding: Seed, $2.5 Million
  • Investors Include: UP Partners, 2048 Ventures, Bossanova Investimentos 

Ware focuses their enterprise software solutions in the warehousing space. Their products and services include self-flying, autonomous drones which operate inside warehouse spaces and help with automatic inventory tracking. The multi trillion-dollar warehousing industry still regularly deals with inventory management issues despite many advances in technology, and Ware hopes to change this. 

10. Peek

  • Location: New York City, N.Y.
  • Founder(s): Austin Lo, Chris Kostoulas
  • Founded In: 2019
  • Funding: Seed, $3.8 Million
  • Investors Include: Timber Grove Ventures, GFA Venture Partners, Moderne Ventures 

Peek is an enterprise software startup that focuses on the real estate industry. Peek's product allows real estate companies and agents to host virtual tours of available properties which are backed by powerful AI-driven tools that help agents close deals faster and easily manage their real estate businesses. The company positions itself and its products as a data-driven solution to assist companies on their leasing journey using analytics, interactive tours, marketing tools, and content management. 

11. Wunderkind

  • Location: New York City, N.Y.
  • Founder(s): Andreas Spartalis, Brooke Partelow, Cole Sharp, Namik Abdulzade, Ryan Urban
  • Founded In: 2010
  • Funding: Series C, $151.9 Million
  • Investors Include: Battery Ventures, Disruptive Ventures, Rho Ventures

Wunderkind is enterprise software built for digital marketing. Using data and AI, Wunderkind helps businesses grow website traffic, increase digital revenue, and create meaningful relationships with customers. Used by enterprise clients across various sectors including publishers, ecommerce startups, and global brands such as Coca-Cola, the platform boasts software tools for everything from advertising to email and SMS marketing automation.

12. Kore.ai

  • Location: Orlando, Fl.
  • Founder(s): Raj Koneru
  • Founded In: 2013
  • Funding: Series D, $223.5 Million
  • Investors Include: NextEquity Partners, Sweetwater Capital Partners, NVIDIA

Kore.ai is an enterprise software company helping businesses build virtual assistants and AI-powered apps through its innovative platform and no-code tools. With features included for CRM, productivity, search, and app building, Kore.ai is on a mission to streamline business processes through the power of AI.

13. Vicarius

  • Location: New York City, N.Y.
  • Founder(s): Michael Assraf, Roi Cohen, Yossi Ze’evi
  • Founded In: 2016
  • Funding: Series B, $57.8 Million
  • Investors Include: Bright Pixel, AllegisCyber, AlleyCorp

Vicarius is a cybersecurity startup helping security and IT teams protect apps and software against attacks. Through its software platform, teams are able to detect and mitigate vulnerabilities through the platform's AI-powered features.

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