WorkOS, a San Francisco, California-based platform that enables developers to quickly add enterprise features, including Single Sign-On (SAML) and Directory Sync (SCIM), raised $80 million in Series B financing.
The round was led by Greenoaks, with participation from previous investors Lachy Groom, Lightspeed Ventures, and Abstract Ventures.
This round also includes many notable angel investors such as Guillermo Rauch, Michael Ovitz, Mathilde Collin, Howie Liu, Jack Altman, Christian Reber, Gokul Rajaram, Shreyas Doshi, Waseem Daher, and others.
WorkOS currently has over 40 employees across more than five continents and is actively looking to expand its team.
WorkOS is also excited to announce its acquisition of Modulz, the company behind the UI framework Radix, which will help us further improve the lives of developers.
Company: WorkOS, Inc.
Round: Series B
Funding Month: June 2022
Lead Investors: Greenoaks
Additional Investors: Lachy Groom, Lightspeed Ventures, Abstract Ventures, Guillermo Rauch, Michael Ovitz, Mathilde Collin, Howie Liu, Jack Altman, Christian Reber, Gokul Rajaram, Shreyas Doshi, and Waseem Daher
Company Website: https://webflow.workos.com/
Software Category: Unified platform with modern APIs
About the Company: Founded in 2019 by Michael GrinichWorkOS is a set of building blocks for quickly adding enterprise features to your app. WorkOS provides APIs to make your app enterprise-ready, with pre-built features and integrations required by IT admins. WorkOS accelerates SaaS companies in their journey to become Enterprise-Ready, so their app has all the features to be adopted ‘wall-to-wall’ in a large organization.WorkOS has reached over 200 customers across the world including breakout startups like Loom, Webflow, Vercel, Drata, Hopin, and Pitch. Earlier this year, the company was also recognized on the Enterprise Tech 30 and SMBTech 50 lists. WorkOS currently has over 40 employees across more than five continents and is actively looking to expand its team. WorkOS is dedicated to helping every software company become enterprise-ready.