Skooler, a Norwegian learning software company, closed $3m in funding.
The round was led by existing investor Viking Venture, a Nordic venture capital fund which now owns 41% of the company, with participation from Roger Larsen, former CEO and founder of LMT company Fronter.
The company intends to use the funds to strenghten its international expansion.
Based in Moss, Norway and London, UK, Skooler is supplying Learning Management Tools (LMT) software for education which integrates into the Microsoft Office365 product suite.
The platform features tools to create assignments containing links, video, pictures, documents and text, to keep track of activities creating yearly timetables, topic plans and lesson plans linked to the school calendar and curriculum learning objectives, and to communicate with groups and individuals, whether they are teachers, students or parents/guardians.