- Work security platform JumpCloud just raised $75 million in a Series E funding round backed by the likes of BlackRock and General Atlantic.
- The Colorado-based firm supports thousands of businesses around the world – including big name clients like GoFundMe and Foursquare.
- Business Insider got an exclusive look at the pitch deck JumpCloud used to bring investors on board.
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JumpCloud, the security management platform, just announced it has raised $75 million in a Series E fundraising round backed by BlackRock and General Atlantic.
Based in Denver, Colorado, JumpCloud is used by more than 100,000 organizations across 100 countries, and enables new employees to on-board remotely and securely at scale, promising to minimize time and effort. Big-name clients include the likes of GoFundMe and Foursquare.
William Abecassis, head of Innovation Capital at BlackRock, said: “JumpCloud is filling a critical need in the market as companies grapple with the complexity of a remote workforce, and we are thrilled to be leading this round to help further accelerate the company’s success.”
Cofounder and CEO Rajat Bhargava said the new funds would be used to “focus on product-led growth…while scaling the business to meet the needs of users and customers around the world”.
Business Insider got an exclusive look at the (redacted) pitch deck JumpCloud used to bring investors on board. Check it out below: