Envoy, a San Francisco, CA-based provider of sign-in software for office visitors to register and check-in via an iPad-based system, raised $15m in Series A funding.
Andreessen Horowitz made the investment. In conjunction with the funding, Chris Dixon, a general partner at Andreessen Horowitz, joined Envoy’s board.
The company, which had previously raised $1.5m in seed funding from Semil Shah, Marc Benioff, Alexis Ohanian, Garry Tan and other angels, intends to use the funds to build more product features and expand its use to register people at other locales, such as hotels and conferences.
Founded by CEO Larry Gadea, Envoy provides an iPad-based visitor management product which has registered over 1,000,000 visitors at over 1,000 offices worldwide in almost 10 languages.
The company currently employs about 15 people.