StageSeries C | Alive
Last Raised$40M | 1 yr ago
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WorkRamp builds training software for companies to train employees. The WorkRamp suite allows companies to create custom integrations with virtually any platform, and it supports single sign-on with configurable settings for enhanced security. The company was founded in 2015 and is based in San Carlos, California.
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Learning and development companies offer clients technology to train employees on business-related topics.
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CB Insights Intelligence Analysts have mentioned WorkRamp in 2 CB Insights research briefs, most recently on Jun 3, 2022.
Expert Collections containing WorkRamp
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WorkRamp is included in 3 Expert Collections, including HR Tech.
HR tech startups are helping companies manage critical pain points in HR processes such as recruitment, automation, career development, compensation, and benefits management, through a mix of software and services.
Education Technology (Edtech)
These companies offer tech-enabled solutions that facilitate education and learning for people of all ages, from pre-K to adult and professional education.
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Latest WorkRamp News
Dec 15, 2022
On Dec 15, 2022 WorkRamp is excited to welcome the newest members of our executive leadership team: Lori Jiménez, Chief Revenue Officer (CRO), and Dan Simon, VP of Engineering. WorkRamp’s vision is to redefine the corporate learning category with its All-in-One Learning Platform that puts people first and helps teams tie learning to overall business impact. WorkRamp helps companies unlock their true potential growth and attract, develop and retain top talent by offering a people-centric platform that powers engaging learning experiences for employees and customers. These two leadership roles are essential for WorkRamp’s mission and its continued success in product innovation, customer relations, and overall business growth. “I’m thrilled to welcome our latest additions to the executive team,” says Ted Blosser, WorkRamp’s CEO & Co-Founder. “Lori and Dan hold impressive track records and bring the expertise needed to lead teams that will drive revenue growth and product expansion.” As the Chief Revenue Officer, Lori will oversee the Sales and Customer Success Organizations, leading company growth and customer experience across all audience segments. “WorkRamp’s mission aligns with my passion for building great teams by helping people unlock and bring forward their full capabilities in their work. L&D has never been a more critical element of the company value proposition, and we’re poised to provide learning opportunities that are uniquely relevant and impactful for the modern workforce. I’m excited to help equip companies of all sizes with our technology and inspire them with our mission to bring powerful learning experiences to their teams and customers.” – Lori Jiménez As the VP of Engineering, Dan will oversee the Product and Engineering teams and lead product development and innovation across the WorkRamp platform. “L&D is important to a company’s success — from the growth and retention of their employees to the enablement of all internal teams, to the successful education and activation of their customer base. As I got to know the team and product here at WorkRamp, I was impressed with the product’s holistic approach to learning across the spectrum of stakeholders and use cases, and just how passionate and connected the team is to this problem and space! I’m very excited to be joining the WorkRamp team and helping solve a problem that is fundamentally critical to how companies grow and scale themselves and their customers.” – Dan Simon
WorkRamp Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
When was WorkRamp founded?
WorkRamp was founded in 2015.
Where is WorkRamp's headquarters?
WorkRamp's headquarters is located at 751 Laurel Street, #854, San Carlos.
What is WorkRamp's latest funding round?
WorkRamp's latest funding round is Series C.
How much did WorkRamp raise?
WorkRamp raised a total of $66.92M.
Who are the investors of WorkRamp?
Investors of WorkRamp include Slack Fund, Susa Ventures, OMERS Ventures, PeopleTech Angels, UpHonest Capital and 14 more.
Who are WorkRamp's competitors?
Competitors of WorkRamp include SAP Litmos and 5 more.
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Trainual is a simple, intuitive and effective tool for small to medium-sized businesses to on-board or train employees, contractors, interns, volunteers and more.
LearnUpon develops a learning management system (LMS) to help businesses train their employees, partners, and customers. LearnUpon's cloud-based LMS is designed for enterprises, software companies and training companies.
Mindtickle provides a data-driven solution for sales readiness and enablement that fuels revenue growth and brand affinity. Its purpose-built applications, proven methodologies and practices are designed to drive effective sales onboarding and ongoing readiness.
Rise Up is developing a SaaS platform for training management. Rise Up's platform enables users to create training programs, organize sessions, follow results, and more. The company was founded in 2014 and is based in Paris, France.
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