Skuid’s no-code platform allows customers to connect disparate data sources from vendors like Salesforce.com, Microsoft, Oracle and SAP, and bring everything together into easy-to-use apps tailored to every role in their company.
Chattanooga’s Skuid raises a whopping $25 million Series B round
The slightly more than three-year old company markets a platform for building bespoke business apps without writing code.
“Our customers want to innovate faster,” said Ken McElrath, Founder and Chief Executive Officer in a news release (click here). “By eliminating the need to write code, companies can build dashboards and assemble entire enterprise apps in a more agile way. This round of funding will help us help our customers to accelerate innovation, delivering more human-centered applications to more companies that need them, in much less than half the time required by traditional methods.”
The Series B round was led by ICONIQ Capital, the same firm that led the Series A round. This time, it was joined by K1 Investment Management.