Spekit, a Denver, CO-based platform for onboarding and training remote teams, raised $45m in Series B funding.
The round, which brings total funds to $60m, was led by Craft Ventures, with participation from Felicis, Operator Collective, Matchstick Ventures, Renegade Partners, Foundry Group and Bonfire Ventures. In conjunction with the funding, Brian Murray, Partner and COO at Craft Ventures will be joining Spekit’s Board.
The company intends to use the funds to focus on scaling both the team and the platform.
Led by CEO and Co-founder Melanie Fellay, Spekit takes training & enablement in applications, processes, sales playbooks, SOPs and more and embeds that training directly in their employees’ tools & workflows, right when and where they need them. It is a top-rated solution on G2 and the AppExchange and is used by Revenue Operations & Enablement leaders at Invesco, Uber Freight, Outreach, Snowflake, Southwest Airlines, JLL and more. Teams leverage Spekit to reduce employee ramp time, introduce new tools, roll out process changes and eliminate time spent searching for answers.