Spekit, a Denver, CO-based digital adoption platform enabling teams to communicate change and surface training across applications, raised $2.54M in seed funding.
The round was led by Bonfire Ventures with participation from Matchstick Ventures and individual investors including Dan Scheinman, an investor in transformational technology companies including Zoom and Treasure Data.
Launched in 2018 by co-founders Melanie Fellay and Zari Zahra, Spekit has developed technology that integrates with applications like Salesforce, allowing companies to create training and documentation around existing processes and terminology.
Pre-built templates simplify content creation by generating baseline training specific to each tool. Users then see answers populate as embedded help in the applications they’re using, delivering guidance at the point of friction.
The company already partners with innovative companies across real estate, financial services, high tech, health care and more including scaling startups and global Fortune 500 companies like JLL, Built In, Mariner Wealth and Hobsons.