Dynamic Signal Raises $36.5 Million From Microsoft Ventures, Adams Street Partners And Cisco Investments

February 26, 2018

Dynamic Signal, a leading Employee Communication and Engagement platform, announced last week that it raised $36.5 million in growth financing bringing the total funding to $88 million. The participants in this round include Microsoft Ventures, Adams Street Partners, Akkadian Ventures, Cisco Investments, Focus Opportunity Fund, Founders Circle Capital, Rembrandt Venture Partners, Time Warner Investments, Trinity Ventures and Venrock.

Dynamic Signal will be utilizing the funding to drive company growth and innovation for expanding the capabilities of the platform. And this round of funding will be used for supporting Dynamic Signal’s hiring plans including staffing at the newly established Chicago and Seattle offices along with growing existing offices in London, New York and Silicon Valley. Dynamic Signal expects to more than double the headcount in 2018.

Dynamic Signal modernizes and measures employee communication, including those that are created in the platform and those originating in the integrations supported by the company.

“There are millions of deskless workers who don’t have a corporate email address or sit in front of a computer all day. These critical employees have become disconnected, because their companies aren’t reaching them with timely, relevant information they need to do their jobs,” said Dynamic Signal CEO and co-founder Russ Fradin in response to a question I asked about Dynamic Signals' partnership with Microsoft Ventures. “Technology has changed the way we consume information in our everyday lives, but the enterprise has fallen behind in adopting modern methods for communicating with their most valued asset -- their employees. We’ve strategically partnered with leading investors like Microsoft Ventures, who understand the critical business need for Employee Communication and Engagement platforms like Dynamic Signal. We value our partnership and alignment with Microsoft Ventures and look forward to an incredible year ahead as we further transform the way companies communicate with their employees.”

Dynamic Signal grew 3x in the number of users this past year and saw a 70% increase in engagement on its platform. Some of the new features that Dynamic Signal also announced include DySi Open, personalized Newsletters, Surveys and Video Broadcasting.

This excerpt was reprinted from Forbes.com

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