E-commerce tech start-up Sorted raises $40m

UK e-commerce technology start-up Sorted has raised $40 million in a Series C funding round.

The Manchester-based company provides software for online checkouts, warehouses, and shipping.

Sorted also said it had acquired Clicksit, an automated returns company.

The financial terms of the acquisition were not disclosed.

Sorted’s customers include ASOS, Asda, and Lush.

“Our acquisition of Clicksit marks an important milestone in the company’s rapid expansion journey,” said Carmen Carey, chief executive at Sorted. “Returns is, now more than ever, a crucial step in the ecommerce customer journey, and we are excited to power returns innovation as part of our full Delivery Experience Platform.”

She added: “With such experiences being the sole privilege of large enterprises for many years, this next stage in Sorted’s evolution is set to provide the SMB market with industry-leading delivery and returns experience capabilities for the very first time.”

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