We’ve often said that we love investing in startups that are underestimated by other VCs in their early years but by their Series B, they need to have proven who they are. And that’s the story with Crowdbotics, which just announced that funding milestone with a $40m round led by NEA.
Crowdbotics sometimes gets described as an ‘ERP for Software Development,’ allowing enterprises to spin up production-ready hosted applications that aren’t just demos or sandboxes but can scale to the broadest range of internal and external use cases. For example, the U.S. Air Force has flight analysis and training tools powered by Crowdbotics. Literally mission critical software.
If Crowdbotics sounds interesting to you, they’re hiring.