Pulsate raises $7.75 million

Pulsate, a provider of marketing services for banks, has raised $7.75 million in Series A funding led by TruStage Ventures and Curql Collective.

Based in Ireland, Pulsate’s mobile-first engagement solution helps financial institutions provide personalized, timely and relevant offers to their customers. The company works with over 270 credit unions and community banks reaching 20 million consumers.

“Offering personalized banking experiences will continue to be a key differentiator for community financial institutions. Customers expect institutions to be there at their moment of need, which is why mobile engagement platforms are important. By further investing in Pulsate, we are empowering them to help even more banks and credit unions serve their customers better and strengthen their relationships.” – Sam Das, managing director of TruStage Ventures.

“It’s no surprise that credit union members have high expectations when it comes to their digital banking experience. They desire customized and responsive tools similar to other digital channels they interact with daily. Pulsate’s solutions empower credit unions to meet their members’ needs and adapt their communications to elevate member relationships in an efficient and scalable manner.” – Nick Evens, President and CEO of Curql Collective.

“We are thrilled by the support from investors like TruStage Ventures and Curql who are committed to supporting our industry and share our vision for enhancing the future of digital engagement for community financial institutions. This not only validates the strength of our platform but also further accelerates our mission to transform the way financial institutions build and foster meaningful relationships with consumers in the digital realm. With this investment, Pulsate is poised to lead the charge in revolutionizing relationship banking, ensuring a seamless and personalized experience for consumers across the digital landscape.” – Sarah Martin, CEO of Pulsate.