SingleInterface, an India-based software as a service (SaaS) startup, has on Wednesday announced a $30 million financing in its first ever external fundraising round.

The firm said in a statement that Asia Partners, a Singapore-headquartered growth equity investment firm focused on investments in high growth technology and technology-enabled companies, led the round.

PayPal Ventures, the global corporate venture arm of PayPal, also participated in the round.

According to the statement, SingleInterface will use the capital infusion for three key priorities: to further consolidate its leadership position in its category in Asia, to extend its reach worldwide, and to continue deepening its portfolio of hyperlocal marketing, engagement, and commerce products, particularly around advanced audience segmentation and personalized re-engagement.

“With more than 400 million local businesses worldwide, SingleInterface has immense untapped potential in the global market,

“With this funding, we are poised to tap into new markets and further solidify our position as a global leader in enabling marketing and commerce capabilities for multi-location enterprise brands through our product suite,” said Harish Bahl, Co-founder and Chairman of SingleInterface.

Tarun Sobhani, Co-founder and Chief Executive Officer of SingleInterface, said the firm’s suite of products has proven to deliver remarkable revenue growth for our clients, accounting in some cases for 15 percent to 20 percent of their revenues.

“We are committed to further invest in building our portfolio of artificial intelligence (AI)-driven marketing and commerce enabling products,

“We are on a mission to empower our customers to drive further growth, enhance the customer experience, and provide rich business insights and context across their different locations, enabling them to grow and win locally,” he added.

Founded by Sobhani and Bahl, the Founder of Smile Group, SingleInterface has been recognized as a SaaS platform in Asia with an integrated product suite powering digital marketing, customer engagement, and e-commerce for multi-location enterprise brands.

The company aims to help such brands to harness the potential of digital marketing and e-commerce to drive growth for their local touchpoints.

“We are thrilled to be partnering with Tarun, Harish, and the SingleInterface team to support their growth ambitions in India and globally,” said Oliver Rippel, Co-founder of Asia Partners.

“SingleInterface has shown an exceptional track record of fostering customer engagement and commerce for large enterprises over the last several years and has firmly established itself as a prominent player in the region, successfully integrating offline and online customer journeys to drive growth for physical retail locations,” he added.

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