Lucid, the Oakland, CA-based creator of BuildingOS, a cloud-based software platform for integrated building management, added GE Ventures to Series B investors.
The round now amounts to $14.2m with additional investors including Formation 8, Zetta Venture Partners, and Autodesk (read here).
The company will use the funds to expand its software capabilities and its suite of enterprise applications, including new tools for Finance, Building Operations, and Facilities teams, as well as management of multi-tenant real estate.
Led by Vladi Shunturov, CEO, Shelly Davenport, VP of Worldwide Sales, Loreal Lynch, VP of Marketing, Nate Nilles, VP of Business Development, Aaron DeYonker, VP of Product, Sitar Mody, Senior Director of Engagement Programs, Lucid provides BuildingOS, a software platform to connect, analyze, and manage disparate commercial building technologies. The solution, which currently integrates more than 160 hardware and software building technologies is used by operations, finance, and sustainability professionals to optimize energy costs, comfort, and productivity.