B2B account engagement platform 6sense has raised $125 million in Series D funding, resulting in a $2.1 billion valuation.
The round was led by D1 Capital Partners with participation from Sapphire Ventures, Tiger Global and existing investor Insight Partners.
The funding will fuel the company’s growth initiatives and product development. Key areas of investment include expanding 6sense’s data layer and AI capabilities.
The company, which claims it has had 100% growth in each of the last three years, hopes to “redesign the way B2B companies go to market,” states Jason Zintak, CEO of 6sense.
D1 Capital Partners says that customer feedback helped drive its investment.
“Customer conversations are a critical part of our due diligence process, and the feedback from 6sense customers is among the best we’ve heard,” states Dan Sundheim, founder and chief investment officer at D1 Capital Partners.
Last year, 6sense introduced a tool called Native Retargeting that allows marketers to programmatically serve display ads to all website visitors and those from target accounts who display intent to buy.
In addition, the firm formed an integration with LinkedIn that syncs 6sense account data with LinkedIn’s Campaign Manager.
Fifteen months ago, 6sense secured $40 million in Series C funding in a round led by Insight Partners.