Enterprise 2.0 News

19.01.2022
Wrangle raised $2 million in an oversubscribed pre-seed funding to advance its technology that automates workflows, approvals and tickets so that a company can track work and provide call-to-action tasks within chat platforms like Slack. Wrangle is giving companies a new way to run operations directly in the tools where employees are already talking to each other, like Slack and Microsoft Teams. The company’s no-code software can automate any kind of process: employee onboarding, contract approvals, help tickets or any other recurring work. It also gathers requests with forms, assigns and notifies people to follow-up and tracks the progress for everyone to follow.
18.01.2022
Appcues — one of the startups building technology both to identify onboarding issues and then provide low-code, non-technical solutions to fix them quickly — has raised $32.1 million Series B round. Appcues has been around since 2014, when it got its start as a SaaS toolset for marketers to create quick prompts on sites without having to involve developers in the process, with a specific emphasis on user onboarding flows. The company’s product today also covers flows to improve feature adoption, to nudge people to take feedback surveys and to get visitors to read announcements, but is still built on the same premise: giving non-technical people the ability to create dialogues to improve how their digital interfaces work.
18.01.2022
South Korea-based human resources management platform flex announced today it has closed a $32 million Series B round. The startup’s mission is to enable corporations to automate and streamline manual human resources work processes and focus more on people. Its automation tools optimize the employee experience to ensure seamless data flow across groups for use in payroll, e-signature support, on/offboarding and people analytics. It also plans to launch performance review and talents relation management tools in the first quarter of 2022.
18.01.2022
Nigeria’s Orda, formerly known as StarKitchens, has secured a $1.1 million pre-seed round. Orda’s addressable market is this segment of Africa’s restaurant industry. With its cloud-based software, Orda wants these businesses not to rely on manual ways of managing their businesses. Restaurants who use the management platform also have access to a dashboard that allows them to accept and process orders from food delivery services Jumia Food, Glovo, Bolt Food, and in-store, website, social media channels like WhatsApp.
18.01.2022
London-based legaltech startup Juro has grabbed $23 million in Series B. The startup has focused on disrupting the use of legacy tools like Word and PDFs for contracts — offering a dedicated, browser-based contract builder platform, rather than merely creating a cloud-based work flow for moving files around. It's bringing contracts out of Word and into a custom-built, browser-native editor. This editor is highly modular and integrates seamlessly into a company’s tech stack. In the same way that developers use GitHub or designers use Figma to collaborate, in Juro you can process contracts from creation through to signature without ever leaving your browser. In this regard, we really see our main competition as MS Word.
13.01.2022
Eureka, a Tel Aviv-based startup that provides enterprises with tools to manage security risks across their various data stores, today announced that it has raised an $8 million. The idea behind Eureka then is to give these businesses insights into all the cloud data stores that are connected to their systems and help them manage access policies and discover configuration issues and policy violations. While many organizations have clear ideas about how they think about data protection, implementing those policies across different data stores, all with their own settings and capabilities, is often a challenge.
12.01.2022
AIOps leader BigPanda is now valued at $1.2 billion following a new Series D round of $190 million led by Advent International. The company’s technology transforms huge volumes of IT data into actionable insight and automates incident management so IT operations teams can be proactive about their response processes. Recognizing that pace of innovation and how companies were spending more of their mission critical resources on putting out fires, Big Panda decided to go after additional funding to meet that demand. The company was finishing up its third quarter, which Resnick said was strong, and looking at the fourth quarter when it was decided to go for additional funding.
11.01.2022
EduMe, a London startup that provides online corporate training and education in the form of “microlearning” modules that companies build themselves — aimed at fast-scaling tech businesses and others dealing with large numbers of workers or partners that typically do not work in the same physical location as the business itself — has picked up $20 million in a Series B round. EduMe’s focus on deskless workers, a market that was once sidelined but has now become mainstream, mirrors the startup’s own DNA.

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