Kloudless, a San Francisco, CA-based enterprise integrations solution for developer and product teams, raised $6m in Series A funding.
The round was led by Aspect Ventures, with participation from Bow Capital, Alibaba Taiwan Entrepreneurs Fund, Heavybit and Ajay Shah. Mark Kraynak of Aspect Ventures, will be joining the board as a part of the financing.
The company, which has now raised $8m in total capital, will use the funds to grow its connector ecosystem and API platform, launch new tools to enable automation and custom integration capabilities, and expand international presence, opening a second office in Taipei, Taiwan.
Led by Eliot Sun, CEO and co-founder, Kloudless provides is an enterprise software integration platform. Businesses use its unified API products to connect to many kinds of enterprise applications like Salesforce, SharePoint, Box, Dropbox, G Suite, ServiceNow and more.
Kloudless is used by more than 15,000 developers in over 4,000 organizations across markets such as security, education technology, finance and government.
The company is now launching a security and audit solution to enable organization-wide activity tracking and granular collaboration controls on end-user data, as well as a unified query language to interact with any object data.