Spike, the workplace communications app, has raised $8 million in a Series A fundraising round backed by Insight Partners and Zoom CEO Eric Yuan.
The firm, founded in 2017 by Israeli entrepreneurs Dvir Ben-Aroya and Erez Pilosof, promises users a seamless experience with email, instant messaging, video calls, and task management combined in a single platform.
“We use so many applications to keep track of our work now,” Ben-Aroya told Business Insider. “Emails, Slack, Zoom, Google Docs, calendars, and so on. We thought it made much more sense to put them in the same place.”
Spike previously raised $5 million in a seed round last March, backed by Yuan, website design firm Wix, and venture capital firm NFX.
We got an exclusive look at the pitch deck Spike used to bring in its big-name investors: