US-based e-commerce company has secured $240m in equity and debt funding as part of its ongoing growth strategy.

Legacy Knight Capital Partners led the company’s latest funding round, with Citi Ventures, Visa and other Fortune 100 brands among the participating investors.

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Based in Austin, Texas, supplies a fully integrated and owned suite of software, expert services and infrastructure to online businesses.

The company plans to use the proceeds from the funding to expand its platform both domestically and worldwide. CEO Omair Tariq said: “’s strategic growth underscores our status as the undisputed end-to-end e-commerce champion, giving today’s top merchants the tech-driven edge and operational capabilities they need to grow fast and realise their full potential.

“With this new funding, we’re poised to continue our strategy of acquiring top providers from across the e-commerce value chain while staying hyper-focused on meeting the evolving needs of the brands we serve.”

Founded in 2020, saw its revenue grow by more than 400% in the first quarter of this year.

With this funding round, the company has raised a total of $380m in capital to date.

The funding comes after acquired direct-to-consumer (DTC) and business-to-business (B2B) fulfilment and customer care provider FB Flurry and software-as-a-service (SaaS) multichannel e-commerce tool provider SellerActive.

By acquiring FB Flurry, the company aims to allow brands to offer inexpensive two-day delivery options to most areas of the US.

Legacy Knight chief operating officer and managing partner David Sawyer said: “What Omair and the team at have accomplished in the last 14 months is nothing short of remarkable.

“They have proven they have the ability to rapidly execute on their vision of building the first fully end-to-end e-commerce platform at massive scale.”

“ is the shining example of the world-class innovation occurring in Texas right now and Legacy Knight is thrilled to support them.”