Vinge has advised Partech on the deal.
Stockholm-based Billogram (formerly Atlas Invoice), a company that offers a simplified invoicing service for small and large corporations, announced that it has raised $45M (approx €38.16M) in a fresh round of funding.
The investor in the current round is global tech investment firm Partech.
Partech is known for investing in global European-born software leaders Ecovadis, M-Files or Sendinblue, unicorns such as Jellysmack, Rohlik, Sorare, Toss and Swedish digital native fashion brand NA-KD.
Billogram provides a customer relationship-strengthening software platform that secures payments on time, increases customer satisfaction, and prevents churn.
Vinge’s team primarily consisted of Johan Larsson (Picture), Ulrich Ziche, Maria Dahlin Kolvik, Rickard Vernet, Selma Beganovic, Daniel Daun and Johanne Örnfeldt Svensson.
Involved fees earner: Selma Beganovic – Vinge; Maria Dahlin Kolvik – Vinge; Daniel Daun – Vinge; Johan Larsson – Vinge; Johanne Örnfeldt Svensson – Vinge; Rickard Vernet – Vinge; Ulrich Ziche – Vinge;
Law Firms: Vinge;
Clients: Partech Partners SAS;