Jandi Secures $2M in Funding for Business Collaboration Software Platform
Jandi is diving headfirst into the business collaboration services space with $2 million in venture capital financing from several investors. The company expects to leverage the additional funds to hire new employees in product and development, and customer success.
Softbank Ventures and Cherubic Ventures co-led the angel investment round, with participation from a number of well-known Asian entrepreneurs including Daniel Shin, co-founder and CEO of Ticket Monster — a sports, concerts and theater tickets website.
“Our primary focus at the moment is continuing to improve Jandi by delivering the features and solutions that our users demand and deserve,” said Daniel Chan, co-Founder and CFO of Toss Lab — the company behind Jandi.
The Korea-based business collaboration services provider on Tuesday said it will also use the financing to expand its teams in Korea, Japan and Taiwan.
Chan said Jandi will continue to enhance the platform by adding integrations to third-party software, and implementing features such as smart message search and task management.
“Our aspirations and our roadmap are long, but we are taking it one step at a time and are confident that Jandi can and will be the collaboration tool of choice across Asia and beyond,” he said.