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Strategic Relationship Management platform

101-200 employees
  • B2B
  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Enterprise
  • Productivity
  • Analytics
  • Market research
  • SaaS
  • Sales

Company mission

To help improve rep performance at scale.


Top investors

Few candidates hear
back within 2 weeks

-1% employee growth in 12 months

Otta's take

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Xav Kearney

CTO of Otta

Databook delivers the industry's first Strategic Relationship Management (SRM) platform, to enable sellers to create, manage, and maintain strategic relationships at scale. The platform encompasses a range of tools to help sales teams increase productivity and performance, with the flexibility to grow with companies as they develop.

The platform provides data-driven insights on everything from opportunity intelligence to propensity to buy, and stands out for crafting deliverables that are customized to key clients. Running entirely out of the cloud, it also makes it possible for its clients to minimize hardware outlay. By providing personalized, real-time insights, Databook makes it possible for successful businesses to expand their operation by recognising which companies are the most likely to buy.

Competition in this field is rife, with HubSpot Sales Hub, Guru, Showpad Content and Highspot among the companies rivalling Databook. But the solution has been praised for being particularly user-friendly, with key features accessible via a few straightforward clicks. Databook now serves an impressive roster of clients, including Microsoft and Salesforce, which is a clear indicator of the company’s reputation and scalability.


  • Equity
  • Employee referral bonus program
  • $500 USD (or local currency equivalent) learning stipend
  • Complimentary subscription to Masterclass
  • $750 USD (or local currency equivalent) budget for home office equipment

Funding (last 2 of 3 rounds)

Mar 2022



Apr 2021




Total funding

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They were an Analyst at Ernst & Young, then Goldman Sachs. Formerly an Engagement Partner at Accenture. Co-founded Databook in 2016.

Alex Barrett


They studied Modern Languages at Cambridge University. Producer at Al Jazeera, Blakeway Productions and the BBC. Co-founded Databook in 2016.

Jobs (3)

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Software Engineering

Sales & Account Management