Asana, a San Francisco, CA-based web application that allows users team members to plan, organize and stay in sync on tasks, has raised $28m in funding.
Backers include new investor Peter Thiel’s Founders Fund and existing investors Benchmark, Andreessen-Horowitz, and Mitch Kapor.
The company intends to use the capital to grow the team hiring designers, engineers, and other contributors (http://asana.com/jobs).
In conjunction with the funding, Peter Thiel has joined Asana’s Board of Directors.
Co-founded by Dustin Moskovitz and Justin Rosenstein, Asana provides a web app that allows people to work together. Watch the video for a short intro of the solution, which is free for teams up to 30 members.