Cloverpop, a San Francisco, CA-based cloud app that uses behavioral science to streamline enterprise decision making, raised $6.2m in Series A funding round.
The round was led by TDF Ventures and True Ventures, with participation from Next Coast Ventures and private investors.
The company, which has raised $8M in total to date, will use the funds to continue developing the product and scale sales and customer success capacity.
Led by Erik Larson, founder and CEO, Cloverpop provides a software platform that streamlines the decision-making process based on insights from behavioral science, enabling managers and executives cut meetings and have visibility across the enterprise.
Cloverpop, which works for teams executing across the enterprise, scaling from the C-suite down to front-line managers, has already been adopted by medium to large companies across numerous industries including technology, professional services and professional sports.