BOSTON, May 5, 2020– Jellyfish, the Engineering Management Platform, raises over $12 million from investors including Accel and Wing Venture Capital.
The company has experienced tremendous growth following a worldwide movement to remote work.
Revenues have grown over 90% already, and the company is on pace to triple its customer base in 2020.
This continued momentum speaks to a significant market need for engineering leaders to have better visibility, drive strategic alignment, and improve performance as more organizations move to remote and distributed workplaces.
Jellyfish is the brainchild of Andrew Lau, David Gourley, and Phil Braden, former engineering and product leaders who faced the challenges of managing growing teams and aligning their work with the strategic direction of the business at companies like Endeca and Groupon.
“Businesses depend on data now more than ever, but they’re just scratching the surface,” said Accel’s Ping Li. “In modern organizations with distributed engineering teams and remote workforces, the need for data-driven visibility and alignment is stronger than ever. Jellyfish takes a unique approach to data-driven engineering to provide that alignment where others cannot.”