WorkJam, a digital workplace platform for hourly workers, has raised $12 million in funding from Lerer Hippeau Ventures, Blumberg Capital, Founder Collective, NovelTMT and WorkJam’s management team. This strategic investment will enable the company to enhance its mobile platform and accelerate global expansion.
WorkJam provides large and mid-size service organizations with an end-to-end digital workplace for customer-facing employees in retail, hospitality, manufacturing and distribution. The solution integrates with back-office workforce systems such as Kronos, JDA and Infor. It has stand-alone capabilities to deliver real-time digital employee self-service experiences including shift scheduling, communication, training, task management, a mobile time clock, rewards and recognition.
“We are proud to have caught the attention of some of the most respected names in technology investing, and look forward to having these new partners join us as we continue to make major strides in the global workforce management market for both large and mid-sized organizations,” said Steven Kramer, President and CEO of WorkJam in a statement.