The Israeli company Strigo, which provides a platform for managing customer training, announced today (Wednesday) that it has tripled its customer base since the outbreak of the Corona virus and closed a $ 8 million round of financing in Series A. The round was led by Velvet Sea Ventures and existing investors Greycroft and Hanaco ventures, which was the leading investor in the lime phase.
Many companies, including Elastic, Mirantis, NCR, VMWare, Sage and Zenika have adopted Strigo’s platform for third-party remote training, guided and on-demand.
Today, software companies understand the importance of training customers and see them as a business engine. Strigo’s platform is part of a comprehensive solution based on cloud technology. The series allows software companies to introduce the customer to existing or new products, enhance the customer’s training experience and give the buyer the potential to experience the product and learn the full benefit of the product before purchasing.
In this round, the company will focus on expanding product development and the market entry strategy, in order to meet the growing demand among all customers. To this end, the company has hired Michael Jindel as Chief Customer Officer to build the success team of its global customers. Prior to joining Strigo, Michael was Salesforce’s VP of Customer, which he joined after serving as Buddy Media’s Chief Customer Officer, before selling to Salesforce for $ 800 million in 2012.
Nevo Peretz, CEO of Strigo: “At a time like this, we are proud of our ability to lead the software industry and help companies move quickly to remote training.” He added, “Our platform enables companies to deliver quality customer training to thousands of customers each month and can even measure the effectiveness of their training programs.”
“Strigo’s solution is unique in its ability to adapt to the needs of each client. We saw Strigo’s great potential during the lime round, and Nevo and the rest of the leadership were able to make their vision a reality with extraordinary speed,” said Pasha Romanovsky, a founding partner at Hanaco. And a board member of the company.
Founded in 2017 by Amit Cohen and Ben Shoval, offers a platform for managing end-user training in applications and software. Strigo’s customer training cloud enables companies to improve users’ understanding of their products with customizable training tools to deliver an attractive and effective product learning experience. International venture capital funds, including Greycroft, Velvet Sea Ventures and Hanaco Ventures have already invested in Strigo. For more information, visit: www.strigo.io
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