Stonly, a Paris, France-based interactive step-by-step customer-specific workflow management software that enables businesses to create interactive guides for their customers, raised $22 million in Series A.
The round was led by European VC Northzone, with participation from existing investor Accel. A few angels are also participating, including Miro CEO Andrey Kushing, YC group partner Nicolas Dessaigne, Personio CPO Roman Schumacher, and Dashlane ex-CEO Emmanuel Schalit.
Company: Stonly SAS
Round: Series A
Funding Month: January 2022
Lead Investors: Northzone
Additional Investors: Accel, Andrey Kushing, Nicolas Dessaigne, Roman Schumacher, and Emmanuel Schalit
Company Website: https://stonly.com/
Software Category: workflow management software
About the Company: Founded in 2018, by Alexis Fogel and Krzysztof Dbrowski, Stonly is an interactive step-by-step customer-specific workflow management software that enables businesses to create interactive guides for their customers, helping them with activation, issue resolution, and the success part in various tasks. The software comes loaded with plenty of onboarding and adoption tools, offering a personal path to success to individual customers. Stonly is a new medium for help and how-to content; solving the universal need for businesses, publishers, teachers - everyone, really - to teach audiences and users more effectively. Stonly empowers content creators to make interactive, step-by-step guides that can be embedded anywhere.