OSlash, an enterprise software that facilitates cross-sharing of workplace information, claims to have raised $5 million post-startup from more than 40 investors, including Kunal Shah (CEO, Cred), Christian Oestlien (VP Product, YouTube), Akshay Kothari (COO, Notion) and Cristina Cordova (Partner, First Round).
The startup had raised $2.5 million in September 2021 from Accel Partners and several leading angel investors. OSlash is currently valued at $50 million.
Founded in 2020 by Ankit Pansari and Shoaib Khan, OSlash is a business productivity and collaboration software. It is a business productivity tool that enables every employee to access the right information in a fraction of a second using everyday words such as o/roadmap or o/daily-standup.
With the new funds, the company plans to intensify hiring in the United States and Europe and developing its universal search tool that brings together information from disparate applications.
OSlash is also building universal search on its platform that would allow employees to find information about their place of work as easily as typing a query in Googlethe company said in a press release.
OSlash says it’s used by over 3,000 teams worldwide, including Cred, Khan Academy and Twitch.
“The power to index links and quickly retrieve information is critical for organizations looking to scale. I’m thrilled that OSlash is becoming the de facto, the employees of each company keep the information at their fingertipssaid Kevin Weil, ex-head of product at Instagram, Twitter and early investor at OSlash.