Simpplr raises $32M in a Series C round led by Tola Capital

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Simpplr has raised a $32M Series C from Tola Capital. Simpplr will use the new funds to develop its platform, expand its development team, and scale up to serve worldwide commercial clients.

Simpplr, employee communications and enablement platform, has announced that it has raised $32 million in a Series C funding round led by Tola Capital. Other participants include Norwest Ventures, George Still Ventures, and Salesforce Ventures. Eddie Kang, a principal at Tola Capital, will join Simpplr’s board. 

The additional funding will accelerate Simpplr’s unified platform development, grow its development staff, and scale up to provide global business clients with a best-in-class customer experience.

Simpplr is powered by AI and turnkey integrations that make it easy for company leaders and corporate communicators to deliver their workers’ information. Organizations become more linked and coordinated across regions and teams as a result of this process.

We’re able to help remote and hybrid teams feel more connected, especially during the pandemic, with an impactful home for their employees that increases performance and happiness. We’re pleased with the support from Tola Capital to expand our vision of a unified employee communications platform and continue to deliver a best-in-class customer experience as we scale.

Dhiraj Sharma, founder & CEO of Simpplr

With an intelligent, tailored experience for each employee, Simpplr uses AI to simplify how information is presented and searched across the organization. Employees may get this personalized experience across various channels, including mobile, Slack, Teams, and email. 

Over 50 no-code connectors with other world-class cloud apps are supported by the platform, which is simple to implement out-of-the-box. Finally, advanced backend intelligence employs prescriptive analytics to demonstrate how content is working in real-time, providing executives with a feedback loop with their workforce.

The future of work is hybrid, and Simpplr is essential to a company’s ability to engage with employees. As enterprise software investors, what excites us about Simpplr’s platform is that it allows leadership teams to streamline communications across channels and provides a turnkey platform that drives value to customers very quickly. Our partnership with Simpplr will accelerate its roadmap to meet the needs of global business leaders and communications teams.

Eddie Kang, a principal at Tola Capital
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