Glean Raises $100M in Series C; At $1 Billion Valuation

Glean, a Palo Alto, CA-based work assistant company, raised $100M in Series C funding.

The round was led by Sequoia Capital at a $1 Billion valuation. The company is also backed by General Catalyst, Kleiner Perkins, Lightspeed Venture Partners, and The Slack Fund.

Led by Arvind Jain (Google, Co-Founder of Rubrik), CEO, Glean delivers a unified search experience across all of a company’s apps to help employees find exactly what they need and discover the things they should know. Glean understands context, language, behavior, and relationships with others, to instantly deliver highly personalized results. It surfaces knowledge and makes connections with the people who can help—making it easier for members and the team to get big things done. Using its understanding of who individuals are, what they’re working on, and who they’re working with, to instantly deliver highly personalized results, Glean helps employees save some hours per week.

The company is also led by T.R. Vishwanath (Microsoft, Facebook), Piyush Prahladka (Google, Uber), and Tony Gentilcore (Google).