Staff Engagement Startup Emplify Raises $15 Million

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An Indianapolis based employee engagement improvement startup announced it received new funding.

Emplify received a $15 million investment, led by Edison Partners, with assistance from Allos Ventures, Cultivation Capital, and individual investors Mark Hill, Bob Davoli and 4G Ventures. This Series B round is the second in two years. The last growth round raised $7.5 million.

Emplify enables company executives to ask for, analyze and act on employee feedback, transforming actionable insight into action. With information assistance by science and psychometrics, Emplify is the first to merge survey insights, employee communication, performance enhancement and transformation strategists into a agile engagement system.

“Emplify is scientifically tackling the most pertinent issue employers face today: building a culture that attracts, engages and retains talent,” said Ryan Ziegler, general partner at Edison Partners in the company’s blog post. “Defined business outcomes are tied to measurable business improvements that Emplify’s customers experience in less than 12 months speak for themselves. Santiago Jaramillo and his team have built a superior solution for measuring and continuously improving employee engagement, and we look forward to helping Emplify advance its mission.”

Founded in 2015, Empify counts Terminus, Harley-Davidson, Cheetah Digital and Appirio as customers.


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