Polly, a Seattle, WA-based provider of a workflow measurement solution, closed a $7m Series A funding round.
The round was led by Madrona Venture Group with participation from existing seed investors the Slack Fund, Amplify Partners, and Fathom Capital. As part of the funding, Sudip Chakrabarti, Partner, Madrona Venture Group, joined Polly’s board of directors.
The company will use the new funds to expand the product and go-to-market teams.
Founded in 2015 by Microsoft engineers, Samir Diwan and Bilal Aijazi, Polly provides companies using work collaboration platforms like Slack and Microsoft Teams with a solution to quickly collect feedback with integrated surveys. Through the platform, companies can measure their workflows and iterate to improve employee and customer experiences.
In 2018, the company launched Polly for Enterprises in Slack, giving large companies the ability to collect and aggregate feedback across the organization, enterprise-level security and compliance, and controls for user management and permissions. Companies that require tight feedback loops are adopting it across IT, engineering, product development, and HR departments. Microsoft Teams and Google Hangout users can also use the free version for their teams.
Polly was in the 2016 Seattle Techstars cohort.