Scoop, a San Francisco, CA-based company providing a hybrid team enablement platform, raised $8M in Series 1 funding.
The round was led by led by Semil Shah at Haystack, with participation from Audacious Ventures, Activate Capital, and G2 Venture Partners as well as Jeff Weiner, Greg McAdoo, Russ Fradin, Zach Weinberg and David Marcus as angel investors.
The company intends to use the funds to expand operation s and its business reach.
Led by CEO Rob Sadow, Scoop provides managers, HR leaders, and employees with a solution to implement and benefit from flexible work—all without coordination and scheduling. At the core of its offering is Team Sync, the entry point for creating an efficient hybrid team. It acts as a hybrid team assistant that proactively collects, summarizes, and surfaces workplace plans, helping each teammate determine whether or not a trip to the office is worthwhile. For enterprises, Workplace Sync captures, aggregates, and surfaces all those data points into dashboards that allow them to analyze trends, identify pain points, and build workplace policies that reflect and best serve how their teams are using the workplace.