Microsoft's M12 invests in Skedulo, a scheduling platform for the enterprise

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Skedulo is a scheduling platform for the enterprise. Skedulo can be used to resolve scheduling conflicts, assign jobs, optimize travel routes, track productivity, and communicate in real-time. It streamlines scheduling of jobs, and communication between schedulers and mobile workers. Skedulo recently announced that it has raised $28 million Series B Funding led by M12, Microsoft’s venture capital arm.

Skedulo will use this money in investing in the growth of its teams in Brisbane and Sydney in Australia, San Francisco in the USA, Ho Chi Minh City in Vietnam and London in the UK. As part of this investment, Priya Saiprasad, Principal of M12, will join Skedulo’s Board of Directors.

“Skedulo makes it easier than ever for modern businesses to manage a mobile workforce, providing customers the tools and resources needed to empower their employees on the go,” said Priya Saiprasad, principal at M12. “We’re excited to support the Skedulo team in its efforts to better serve customers by enhancing the way employers engage with their employees.”

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