Apty Raises $5.4 Million in Post-Seed Funding
Funds to Accelerate Business Expansion of its Enterprise-Grade Digital Transformation Platform
Apty plans to use the funding for business expansion by doubling its sales team, increasing global marketing spend, and investing in additional enterprise application support.
Apty develops Digital Adoption Platform (DAP) software targeted at medium to large enterprises as well as cloud-based software vendors. Apty helps enterprises get more value out of their mission-critical software investments by making it easier for employees to on-board and use the software as well as retrain on customization of the software based on evolving business workflows. Examples of applications Apty works with include: CRM (Salesforce, Microsoft Dynamics), ERP (ServiceNow, Netsuite), HCM (Oracle Cloud HCM, WorkDay), Work Management (CA PPM, Clarity).
"We're excited to have this first outside investment as validation of our success in the market," Apty CEO and Founder Krishna Dunthoori said. "As enterprises continue to adjust to the new normal, the need for digital adoption and process optimization is more important than ever. We're proud that customers, such as Hitachi and Mary Kay, have decided to make Apty a part of their digital transformation and look forward to expanding our client list and product offerings with this new funding."
Dunthoori started Apty in 2017 to solve issues companies are facing with poor software utilization, digital transformation, and process compliance. Poor enterprise software utilization is merely a symptom of a larger issue where employees at companies are challenged to follow complex and ever-changing business processes. By leveraging Apty's on-screen guidance, enterprise software is easier to use, and employees are more likely to follow business processes.
Apty Inc. is a venture-backed SaaS company based in Frisco, Texas. Apty's (https://www.apty.io/