Microsoft’s investment arm M12 leads $28M round for work scheduling company Skedulo

Microsoft’s investment arm M12 leads $28M round for work scheduling company Skedulo

  • M12 tends to invest in startups that are tackling areas Microsoft is interested in, such as artificial intelligence, cloud computing and internet of things.
  • Skedulo certainly checks that box with a focus on tools for what Microsoft calls “first-line workers,” the more than 2 billion people who aren’t bound to a desk and work in areas like retail, construction, manufacturing, healthcare and more.
  • Other investors in the round include Blackbird and Costanoa Ventures.
  • Other M12 portfolio companies that recently received investment include Workboard, GO1, Contrast Security, SpyCloud, nsKnox, and Zipwhip.


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