Mobilize, a San Francisco, CA- and Tel Aviv, Israel-based network relationship management platform, secured $6.5m in Series A funding.
The round was led by Trinity Ventures with participation from Floodgate Ventures, Hillsven Capital, Array Ventures and Upwest Labs as well as angels Eoghan McCabe, CEO of Intercom.io, and Sanjay Subhedar.
The company will use the funds to continue to develop the platform adding new features and partner integrations and expand its teams in both San Francisco and Tel Aviv.
Led by CEO Sharon Savariego and newly added COO Laura Yecies, Mobilize provides a communication solution that enables companies to manage and motivate external groups such as on-demand workers, developer groups, contractors, resellers, and influencers.
In the past year while still in stealth mode, the company worked with brands such as Microsoft, Docker, Etsy, MakerFaire, The United Nations, MasterCard, Salesforce, and Prezi and over 100 others as design partners. They have adopted Mobilize to allow over 5,000 network managers to manage over a quarter of a million global partners.
Mobilize has now launched a self-service version of the platform. Key Features include a centralized contact database for all members, who can always access and update their profile information, a flexible structure for groups and sub-groups to segment into cohorts dynamically and deliver custom communication, APIs allowing integration into the most important business tools, a unified communication center with all the tools people need to mobilize your network, email, SMS, events, calendars, surveys and polls.