Onna, a New York and Barcelona, Spain-based startup focused on centralizing proprietary information, closed an $11m Series A equity funding.
The round was led by Dawn Capital, with participation from Dropbox, the Slack Fund, and existing early investor, Nauta Capital. Norman Fiore, General Partner at Dawn Capital, will join Onna’s Board.
The company intends to use the funds to grow its central information access product.
Led by Salim Elkhou*, Founder and CEO, Onna is a central access point for enterprise apps for users to find information in one place (legal discovery, compliance, knowledge management and enterprise search) regardless of where it is originally stored. It gives customers an open API to integrate any data source, drop in any ML model and finally connect to any workflow or application. While Onna started out in legal departments, it is increasingly used by employees in companies around the world.
Customers include Facebook, Electronic Arts, Dropbox, Fitbit, amongst many other top brands,
Elkhou previously founded eStet, a company in the legal discovery space that involved collecting, searching and organizing millions of files over a very short period.