Spekit, a Denver, CO-based digital adoption and enablement platform provider, closed a $12.2m Series A funding round.
The round, which brings total funding raised to date to $15.7m, was led by Foundry Group and Renegade Partners, with participation from Operator Collective, Matchstick Ventures and Bonfire Ventures. As part of the financing, Foundry Group Partner and serial SaaS investor Jaclyn Freeman Hester and Roseanne Wincek, co-founder and managing partner of Renegade Partners, whose previous investments include unicorns Looker, Glossier, KeepTruckin and more, joined Spekit’s board.
The company intends to use the funds to further advance the product by developing personalized learning experiences and scaling its go-to-market operations.
Founded in 2018 by CEO, Melanie Fellay and Zari Zahra, co-founder and head of product and technology, Spekit provides a digital enablement platform that maximizes employee productivity, streamlines onboarding and drives tool adoption by reinforcing training and enablement in real-time, in any application. customers across industries including Southwest Airlines, Uber Freight, JLL, Outreach.io and more currently use Spekit.