InVision, a New York City-based design collaboration platform, raised $45M in Series C funding.
The round was led by Accel with participation from existing investors FirstMark Capital and Tiger Global Management. In conjunction with the funding, Accel partner Vas Natarajan will join the InVision Board.
The company intends to use the funds to drive further product development and to expand its enterprise sales efforts. The financing will bring to market a series of product enhancements including:
– new integrations and richer sharing tools
– tools to drive the core design collaboration process inside marketing departments
– features that bridge the gap between design and engineering teams
– web and mobile prototyping features for advanced animations
Founded in 2011 by CEO Clark Valberg, InVision provides a design collaboration platform that gives teams tools to prototype, review, iterate, manage, and user test web and mobile products.
The company, which currently has over 500 enterprise customers including teams at Twitter, Uber, Pinterest, Dropbox, Adobe, Hubspot, Salesforce, Razorfish, had raised 35.2M to date in two rounds from institutional investors.