News: Employee experience platform Dockabl raises $1.26 Mn in Pre-Series A funding


Employee experience platform Dockabl raises $1.26 Mn in Pre-Series A funding

Dockabl will use the proceeds in augmenting its product, technology and go-to-market strategy.
Employee experience platform Dockabl raises $1.26 Mn in Pre-Series A funding

Employee experience platform Dockabl has raised $1.26 Mn in its Pre-Series A funding round led by a pool of marquee investors including Aditya Berlia (Apeejay Group of Companies), Ritesh Malik (Guerrilla Ventures), Sanjay Kapoor, Angad Singh Malhotra, and Arun Kapur. 

Dockabl co-founders Samarth Masson & Sanjeev Grover  stated, “We are one of the very few companies in this sector which is truly product focused. We offer a progressive solution with a user-interface design that solves work management problems in organizations in a deep and efficient manner. Our focus on employee experience is what sets us apart. It is heartening to see how investors are seeing great growth potential in our offerings. With this capital infusion, we are very enthusiastic to further enhance our product and prove our merit yet again.”

Other notable investors who led this round include Rajat Gupta, Ganesh Mohan, Anita Belani, Dipak Roy, Aparna Ballakur, Dhanesh Shetty, Shail Vaidya, Shweta Kumar, Aarif Aziz, Abhishek Jain, Kanika Mittal, Siddharth Yadav, Neoma Kapoor, Ankit Goel, Radhey Raman Sharma & Murali Krishna. 

The SaaS-based platform provides focused solutions in performance management to organizations including Policybazaar, Tata Realty, SIDBI, Becton Dickinson, Innov8, 91Springboard, Bajaj Capital & Hero HFL. Through Dockabl, organizations can transition to a continuous and real-time performance management system which benefits both the growth of the organization & its employees.

With its latest round of funding, the company aims to further augment its product, technology and go-to-market strategies to deliver a best-in-class customer experience. While targeting progressive organizations in India, the brand is also eyeing robust expansion across global markets including North America and SE Asia. It is also planning to launch a plug & play version of its product by 2020. 

Topics: Funding & Investment, Employee Engagement

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