Scoop, a San Francisco, California–based enterprise carpooling solution, raised $60m in Series C funding.
The round, which has raised over $106m, was led by Activate Capital, with participation from new investors NGP Capital, BNP Paribas, and Total Ventures and returning investors Index Ventures, Signia Venture Partners, Workday Ventures, and G2VP.
The company intends to use the funds to invest in its team and to expand to other major metro areas.
Led by Rob Sadow, Co-Founder and CEO, Scoop provides a carpooling solution which partners with 55 companies, including LinkedIn, T-Mobile, and Workday to offer carpooling to their employees.
Most recently, the company launched in Detroit in partnership with Bedrock, a full service commercial real estate firm.
Scoop has put more than 7 million carpool trips on the road to date in 2,000 cities across the country.
The company most recently added Bill Thayer to its executive team as Chief Revenue Officer to both accelerate enterprise adoption. Thayer has spent over two decades in the energy sector, first at American Power Conversion in a number of senior leadership, management, and sales roles.
Prior to joining Scoop, he served as Executive Vice President of Sales at fuel cell manufacturer Bloom Energy.