Mumbai-based BHyve, a future of work platform for diffusing employee tacit knowledge and enabling peer learning networks, on Wednesday said it raised $300,000 from JITO Angel Network, LetsVenture, and other angel investors.
Backed by 100X.VC earlier in May 2021, BHyve will use the freshly infused capital for marketing to increase its sales and build the brand. It will also use the funds for enhancing the technology and building its clientele.
BHyve was launched amidst the pandemic in 2020 by Omkar Pandharkame and Ketaki Ogale. BHyve is a SaaS future of work platform that claims to help companies document tacit knowledge and enable peer learning networks, which leads to a 35 percent increase in productivity and a 30 percent reduction in time spent looking for information and an engaged future-ready workforce.
Published on: July 14, 2021