March 17, 2016 0 Comments
The Seattle-based software startup Usermind recently announced it had raised $14.5 million in a series B funding round led by Menlo Ventures. Prior to that, it also received $7.6 million in a series A round from Andreessen Horowitz. While not much is known publicly about Usermind, the company, according to reports, aims to disrupt business operations. Usermind offers a breakthrough enterprise software that creates a single hub, which connects all disengaged records, apps, systems and data within an enterprise and turn data into insights. The platform provides a holistic view of a company’s performance and goals while allowing business units to work together more effectively. According to sources, the launch of Usermind signals the rise of the “BizOps” era and will shape the future of business operations.
You can read about Usermind’s funding here.
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