Estonian business intelligence platform Supersimple receives $2.2M in funding

Supersimple, a Tallinn-based business intelligence platform built for B2B SaaS companies, has received $2.2 million in funding from Tera Ventures, Specialist VC, Tiny VC, and several business angels. The funds will be put toward expanding the client base and improving explainable AI technology.

  • Founded by tech entrepreneurs Priit Haamer and Marko Klopets in 2021, Supersimple develops an AI-native data analytics platform that combines a semantic data modeling layer and explainable AI. The startup claims it can give users reliable, consistent data to power their day-to-day work. Supersimple was designed specifically for teams at B2B SaaS companies.
  • Currently, its team includes software developers, data scientists, and product designers. Earlier, the co-founder and CTO Priit Haamer co-founded Sixfold where co-founder and CEO Marko Klopets also worked.

We aren’t building a data tool. We aren’t building a BI or product analytics tool. We’re building something to give knowledge workers the right context they need to do a great job at building great companies. And we’re only getting started,

Marko Klopets, co-founder and CEO of Supersimple, said.

Supersimple will utilize the fresh capital to accelerate customer growth for its business intelligence platform and advance the position of art in explainable AI.