Lattice Raises $175 Million at $3 Billion Valuation

Lattice is a platform with the special tools assisted in workforce people management. Among the tools functions are running performance reviews, employees’ feedback, setting goals for long-term development, analyzing overall workforce performance.

The Series F funding round was led by Thrive Capital, Elad Gil, Tiger Global, and Dragoneer. Founders Fund, HighSage Ventures, Shasta Ventures, Fuel Capital, Khosla Ventures as well as new angel investors also participated. “Lattice’s approach of creating a broad suite of interconnected offerings has resonated and led to really exciting growth.”, investor Elad Gil says.

Lattice, San Francisco, was founded by Eric Koslow and Jack Altman in 2015. Lattice’s customers list includes more than 3500 businesses, among them are Slack, Turo, Clio. Now, the company focuses mainly on “knowledge” or “information”, desk-based workers. “Systems like Lattice give a process for how we connect and interact and make sure that I know that I am cared for by our manager as a professional and a person.”, Jack Altman, CEO, says. The company has three offices that are located in San Francisco, London, and New York.

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