Nexthink®, the leader in digital employee experience management software for enterprises, has secured an $85 million funding round.
The financing was led by Index Ventures and includes participation from returning investors Highland Europe, Forestay Capital, VI Partners, Auriga Partners and Galéo Capital and new investors TOP Funds and Olivier Pomel, Co-founder and CEO of Datadog.
Over the past few years, Nexthink has achieved exponential growth to become the leader in Digital Employee Experience. Its innovative technology allows IT departments to become proactive by having real-time visibility across the digital workplace, gather real-time feedback from employees and automate remediations. Customers experience up to a 30% reduction of IT incidents resulting in dramatic savings in support costs and less employee frustration. The platform also allows companies to transform the digital workplace with real-time analytics across the entire end-user computing landscape.
With more than 7 million endpoints across 900 enterprise customers, such as market leaders Adobe, Advocate Healthcare, BlackRock, Commerzbank, Safran, Sega HARDlight, Tiffany & Co., Vitality, Wipro and Western Union, Nexthink is leading the way in helping to deliver optimized digital experiences to employees across the enterprise.
The funds will be used to accelerate Nexthink’s global sales efforts, drive the continued enhancement of its digital employee experience management platform for enterprises and fuel the company’s international growth and expansion in key markets, including the United States.
Borel & Barbey has acted as counsels for Highland Europe on the deal with a team led by managing partner Nicolas Killen (picture) assisted by associate Lukas van Dobben.
Law Firms: Borel & Barbey;
Clients: Highland Europe (UK) LLP;