The productivity software area is filled with specific niche start-ups creating premium tools with very specific customers in mind. On the flip side, a growing class of start-ups is beginning to focus more on simplifying life for business with subscription tiredness, using more all-in-one platforms that deal with several facets of workplace productivity.

ClickUp belongs to the latter camp, selling a $5 monthly per user plan (billed each year), that people access to task management software, wikis and docs, chat, and integrations with a host of other popular tools. It’s a robust set of tools that is flexible depending on the task at hand.

“So, normally you have chat, that’s separate from your job supervisor, that’s different from your docs and wikis, that’s different from your OKR software application.” CEO Zeb Evans informs TechCrunch. “So ClickUp is all of those applications in one, but also a highly versatile user interface that enables groups of all sizes

and types to deal with it.”The start-up tells TechCrunch that they’ve closed a $35 million Series A round led by Craft Ventures with involvement from Georgian Partners. Craft’s David Sacks is signing up with the business’s board as part of the raise.

This is the startup’s first outdoors capital. Evans says the start-up will utilize the funding to start paid marketing and localizing the item to different languages and user locations. The company’s leadership is looking to scale the team aggressively, hoping to grow from its current staff of 100 to 500 staff members by year’s end.

Image Credits: ClickUp The startup prides itself on iterating quickly and providing customers brand-new functions on a weekly basis, an element of the culture that Evans hopes it can speed up by broadening the group. Today, the company is showcasing Remote Work OS, a bundle of tools that provides users a better photo of what everybody’s working on and how that work fits inside more comprehensive company objectives.

The platform signs up with a host of other bottom-up efficiency suites intending to penetrate companies one team at a time before scaling across them. Evans states the business has more than 100,000 customers and “millions” of users. Some of the groups presently using ClickUp sit inside orgs including Google, Nike, Uber, Airbnb, Netflix and Ubisoft.

On the pricing side, the company provides a totally free strategy with limited storage and a $5 each month per user endless strategy. From there, the start-up deal features like single sign-on and automations inside a $9 each month per user business strategy (likewise billed yearly).

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