Guidde, a tech startup specializing in AI-driven video platforms, recently secured $11.6 million in a Series A funding round, elevating the total investments in the company to $15.6 million. Founded in 2020 by serial entrepreneurs Yoav Ineb and Dan Sahar, the platform empowers employees to create video-based guides and documentation for any software or process, addressing the growing challenges of software adoption and onboarding within organizations.
According to CEO Yoav Ineb, Guidde aims to be the “Waze of the software industry,” helping users navigate through software tools and processes via easily digestible video guides. The system is designed to improve user adoption rates, enhance customer satisfaction, and streamline market penetration for software companies. This vision has garnered significant traction, as the platform is already in use by 500 organizations and has experienced meaningful revenue growth since its launch last year.
The investment round was spearheaded by Norwest Venture Partners and saw participation from existing investors such as Entrée Capital, Honeystone Ventures, Crescendo Ventures, and Tiferes Ventures. The funding will likely be used to expand the platform’s capabilities and reach a broader market.