WorkRamp, a San Francisco, CA-based provider of an enterprise learning platform, raised $17M in Series B funding.
The round was led by Omers Ventures with participation from Bow Capital. In conjunction with the funding, Eugene Lee from Omers Ventures will be joining the WorkRamp board, bringing over 15 years of operating experience to the leadership team.
The company, which brings total funding to over $27m, intends to use the funds to accelerate research and development and expand its business reach and operations.
Led by Ted Blosser, CEO and Co-founder, WorkRamp provides a platform for organizations to build their own training materials and to distribute them to their employees and partners via a consumer-grade learning experience, which aims to make corporate training engaging and relevant for today’s modern enterprises.
The company currently has over 250 customers including Zoom, Reddit and Intercom, amont others, with approximately 1 million courses created on its system.