Tango announced they have raised $5.7M. The round was led by Wing with investment from General Catalyst, GSV Ventures, Outsiders Fund, Red Sea Ventures, and many prominent angels.
Tango was founded by Ken Babcock, Dan Giovacchini and Brian Shultz. “This window of opportunity was driven by the pandemic as we saw a lot of companies become distributed and go remote,” CEO Babcock said. “Team leaders were remotely onboarding people, for perhaps the first time, and accelerating ramp times. There was no longer the opportunity to tap on people’s shoulders in the office, so much of the training was left to people’s own devices.”
Tango is a Chrome extension that auto-captures workflow best practices so that teams can learn from their top performers, is designed to help employees, particularly in customer success and sales enablement, get back as much as 20% of their workweek spent searching for that one piece of information or tracking down the right colleague to assist with a task. Its technology creates tutorials by recording a users’ workflow — actions, links to pages, URLs and screenshots — and turns that into step-by-step documentation with a video.
Announcement: Tango Raises $5.7M for Workflow Intelligence