Lumos, a San Francisco, California-based identity company announced its out-of-stealth launch with over $30 million in funding.
The round was led by Andreesen Horowitz, with participation from Neo, Lachy Groom, Google Cloud CISO Phil Venables, OpenAI CTO Greg Brockman, and many more.
Lumos is on a mission to build the AppStore for companies, replacing an IT ticket with a self-service portal for employees to select the apps and permissions needed.
Company: Lumos App Inc.
Funding Month: May 2022
Lead Investors: Andreesen Horowitz
Additional Investors: Neo, Lachy Groom, Google Cloud CISO Phil Venables, and Greg Brockman
Company Website: https://www.lumos.com/
Software Category: Identity platform
About the Company: Lumos is the first internal AppStore for companies, first-of-its-kind identity platform transforms SaaS management and identity governance with self-service solution. With Lumos, employees are more productive and your enterprise is more compliant with self-service app requests, access reviews, and license management. Employees can go to their Company AppStore and receive the right access to the right apps and permissions for the right amount of time. The world’s most modern companies (Skydio, Vox Media, Getaround, Buzzfeed, Dialpad) use Lumos to make their companies more productive and compliant at the same time.
Source: https://www.lumos.com/blog/may-2022-press-release https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/lumos-raises-30m-led-by-a16z-and-unveils-the-first-internal-appstore-for-companies-301537861.html