Cloud app company Tidemark has closed a new funding round, confirmed record growth, and announced that its latest partner is Workday, a cloud app developer specializing in finance and HR. Tidemark confirmed investment of $25m, and added that existing investors including Andreessen Horowitz, Redpoint Ventures, Greylock Partners, and Silicon Valley Bank were all part of the round.
Tidemark has raised $25m in new investment to continue building its cloud platform
Tidemark has collaborated with Workday in the past, and already integrates some of its tools into Workday’s apps, plus clients signed up with both companies can share data across platforms.
Christian Gheorghe, CEO and founder of Tidemark, said:
“Tidemark has been fortunate to work very closely with Workday since our inception, and we’re very excited to forge an even deeper partnership with the company. We’re grateful to work with investors who believe in our vision, and who can help us align our new resources for growth.”
Tidemark has received more than $100m in funding, and is using the investment to push forward a series of initiatives based around building global partnerships, and continuing to develop the platform and app portfolio.
In addition to the new funding round, Tidemark has also announced it has seen four times the growth this year compared to the same period in 2014, and has acquired more customers than at any other time in its history.
To learn more about Tidemark, you can schedule a demonstration of its products here.