Staff Management Platform Lattice Raises $25 Million

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Stating that their focus is on “making work meaningful,” San Francisco based Lattice announced it has raised new funding for it’s business.

The startup completed its Series C funding round, which brought in $25 million in funding from Tiger Global Management, the sole funder of its new funding round.

Lattice offers a people management platform that helps companies developed engaged, high-performance teams. By combining performance management and employee engagement into one solution, human resource managers get powerful analytics that provide actionable insights around how to turn managers into leaders and employees into high performers.

“This round is yet another milestone in an already exciting year at Lattice,” said the company in its blog.  “We’ve grown to over 1,400 customers, doubled the number of users on the platform, and risen to the #1 rated performance management platform. As a company, we’re now 105 employees, moved into a new office this summer, all after raising our Series B earlier this year.”

It’s last funding round, Series B, raised  $15 million last April.

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