Wrangle, a Durham, North Carolina-based remote company, raised $2 million in oversubscribed pre-seed funding to advance its technology that automates workflows, approvals, and tickets so that a company can track work and provide call-to-action tasks within chat platforms like Slack.
The round was co-led by Bloomberg Beta and Eniac Ventures, with participation from Liquid 2 Ventures, Hustle Fund, TDF Ventures, and more than 20 founder angel investors.
The new round of funding will enable Wrangle to grow its team from just the two founders, invest in product development, and accelerate its marketing efforts.
Company: Wranglesoft, Inc.
Funding Month: January 2022
Lead Investors: Bloomberg Beta and Eniac Ventures
Additional Investors: Liquid 2 Ventures, Hustle Fund, and TDF Ventures
Company Website: https://www.wrangle.io/
Software Category: Business process management tool
About the Company: Adam Smith and Adam Long founded Wrangle in 2020 and bootstrapped the remote company until now. Wrangle is easy workflow automation for busy teams that can manage any process, design, and document the steps to complete your process with an easy UI. Wrangle launched in February 2021, initially with Slack, and now more than 800 organizations have used the workflow builder to complete over 10,000 workflows. One of their customers, Reuben Doetsch, co-founder and CTO of AvantStay, started using Wrangle for bug reports and future requests. The company has dozens of paying customers and is growing revenue at 20% to 30% every month.