AI-driven software startup 6sense was valued at $5.2 billion after a late-stage funding round that included SoftBank Vision Fund 2 and Tiger Global as new investors.
The new funding round ushered in a $125 million and pushed the San Francisco-based company to a $5.2 billion valuation from $2.1 billion.
6sense helps enterprises grow their revenue and customer engagement by analyzing sales and marketing data.
6sense said it raised $200 million in the latest funding round, led by new investors Blue Owl and MSD Partners with participation from Franklin Templeton, Insight Partners, D1 Capital Partners and Sapphire Ventures.
The startup counts major companies such as Cognizant, Dell Technologies, Qualtrics International, and Baker Hughes Co as customers.
The new fundraise brings the total capital raised by 6sense in its lifetime to $426 million, the company said.