Strivacity, a Herndon, VA-based customer identity and access management provider, raised $9.3M in Series A funding.
The round was led by Ten Eleven Ventures with participation from Toba Capital.
The company will use the funding to accelerate R&D and expand go-to market investments in sales and marketing. As part of the investment, Todd Weber, CTO and operating partner at Ten Eleven Ventures, will join Strivacity’s board of directors.
Led by Keith Graham, CEO, Strivacity is a customer identity and access management (CIAM) provider that enables companies around the globe to simultaneously provide a standout customer experience while maintaining security and compliance standards, from centralizing the management and storage of customer identities to enforcing data sovereignty, staying compliant with privacy regulations like GDPR and CCPA.