Jamm, a San Francisco, CA-based lightweight video collaboration app, raised $1.8m in seed funding.
Hummer Winblad Venture Partners made the investment.
The company intends to use the funds to accelerate growth and scale capabilities.
Led by Badri Rajasekar, Founder and CEO, Jamm enables day-to-day interactions through video in order to help teams get work done faster, build culture, and enhance existing workflows with video chats available on demand. It allows teams to brainstorm, spontaneously huddle, and provide team updates across offices, cities, or time zones.
Jamm currently has over 100 active workspaces and recently surpassed over one million minutes of video.