Unily, a Guildford, Surrey, UK-based digital workplace platform, raised $68m in funding.
Backers included Silversmith Capital Partners and Farview Equity Partners. Post investment, Silversmith and Farview will hold a significant minority stake in the business with board representation.
The company intends to use the funds for global expansion and invest in AI innovation that is forecast to be the focus of the next wave of growth in the digital experiences space.
Founded in 2005 by Will Saville and Richard Paterson, Unily provides a digital experience platform for companies to improve collaboration, engage a geographically spread workforce and increase productivity. The company, which currently employs 120 people across the UK, America and the Far East, has a portfolio of FTSE 250 and Fortune 500 clients spanning a diverse range of sectors including financial services, aviation and FMCG and big brands such as McDonald’s, British Airways, Mars, Shell, Cathay Pacific, Microsoft and L’Oréal.