Oliver Thomas, partner and co-founder at Grafton Capital, who will also become a non-executive director of StarLeaf said: “After many years pursuing the opportunity to work together, it is a privilege to be investing alongside these excellent people and world class technologists. StarLeaf is improving the quality of business communications around the world and we are proud to be supporting its expansion.”
StarLeaf has developed the capability to be a backbone to the unified communications industry. It has architected its platform to deliver its partners and customers with seamless interoperability between all systems and call types, including Microsoft’s increasingly prevalent Skype for Business and corporate and public telephony networks. Since inception it has focused on the needs of the business communications market, prioritizing ease of use for customers; high quality of calls and service; and enterprise quality network monitoring and call control. StarLeaf serves over 1,000 business customers including Travelex, Bose, and Dr. Martens, the bootmaker.
The company is headquartered in Watford, United Kingdom with research and development centers in Watford and Cambridge and sales and marketing offices around the world.