WorkRamp, a San Francisco, CA-based learning platform enabling businesses and their employees to surface their growth potential, raised $40 million in Series C funding. This latest round brings WorkRamp’s total funding to over $67 million.
The round was co-led by Salesforce Ventures, Slack Fund, and Susa Ventures, with participation from Jack Altman (CEO of Lattice), OMERS Ventures, GTMfund, PeopleTech Angels, and UpHonest Capital.
The company intends to use the funds to continue product innovation, ramp customer success programs, and expand the team across departments.
Company: WorkRamp, Inc.
Round: Series C
Funding Month: March 2022
Lead Investors: Salesforce Ventures, Slack Fund, and Susa Ventures
Additional Investors: Jack Altman, OMERS Ventures, GTMfund, PeopleTech Angels, and UpHonest Capital
Company Website: https://www.workramp.com/
Software Category: Learning platform
About the Company: Led by Ted Blosser, CEO, WorkRamp provides a Learning Platform for executives, employees, and customers. Through self-guided learning paths, interactive coaching functionalities, and certification modules, WorkRamp allows modern enterprises to build customized learning experiences at scale. Anyone in a company can create content in minutes, rather than days, and the entire end-to-end process centers around collaboration. WorkRamp also offers a dedicated VIP Slack Community for customers to share best practices and seek support. It is used by more than 300 of the world’s leading mid-market and enterprise businesses including Box, Outreach, Reddit, Handshake, Branch, Hopin, GRIN, and Vanta, among others.