Cal.com, San Francisco, California-based company behind an open-source scheduling platform and Calendly alternative, raised $25 million in Series A funding and launched what it calls a “temporary app store” to allow developers to bring their apps to Cal The planning infrastructure of .com.
The round was led by venture capital firm Seven Seven Six, led by Reddit co-founder Alexis Ohanian, with participation from OSS Capital, Obvious Ventures, Daily.co, and countless angel investors.
Cal.com will use its fresh cash injection to help developers launch new apps for its App Store and “provide the best developer platform for building anything and everything.” to become anyone time-related” – this could be telemedicine apps, productivity apps, marketplaces, and everything in between.
Company: Cal.com, Inc.
Round: Series A
Funding Month: April 2022
Lead Investors: Seven Seven Six
Additional Investors: OSS Capital, Obvious Ventures, and Daily.co
Company Website: https://cal.com/
Software Category: Open-Source Scheduling Infrastructure
About the Company: Originally founded last year as Calendso, the company was rebranded to Cal.com in September along with the full launch. Cal.com is Scheduling infrastructure for absolutely everyone, the platform comes with a set of pre-built integrations for Google Calendar, Outlook Calendar, Zoom, and Stripe, while an open API allows users to integrate Cal.com with their systems. Various pricing plans include an enterprise tier that includes features like single sign-on (SSO), audit logs, and a management console. Cal.com enables your team to be booked easily with Round-Robin scheduling ensuring even distribution of calls and Collective availability making it easy to get everyone on when needed. Cal.com's mission is to connect a billion people by 2031 through calendar scheduling.