SAN FRANCISCO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--As the future of the workspace heats up, Envoy today announced a strategic acquisition of desk reservation and scheduling startup, OfficeTogether. This acquisition is a first for Envoy and follows a $111 million funding round in January. With the previous funding and the expertise of OfficeTogether, Envoy will focus on accelerating innovation in the workspace and helping companies build spaces that are collaborative, productive, and loved by employees.
The priority is to make hybrid work easier for any size company, anywhere in the world. By investing more in product development and engineering, Envoy will fast track additions to its workplace platform and equip companies to successfully run their workplaces now as well as in years to come.
Building the next generation workplace platform
Running a hybrid workplace is complicated. But for the 16,000 locations who use Envoy on a daily basis, navigating flexible work is a lot easier. Envoy’s workplace platform helps workplace leaders move faster. It helps streamline processes that can get in the way of great work and community building. Workplace leaders also save time and money by having everything they need on one platform – visitor check-in, desk and room booking, mailroom management, and real-time workplace data to make space decisions.
OfficeTogether’s customers will migrate to Envoy’s platform over the next few months.
As part of the effort to speed production, OfficeTogether CEO and Founder Amy Yin, along with the company’s engineers and designers, will join Team Envoy. Their focus will be to accelerate the next generation of innovative products for more welcoming, engaging spaces.
“From the moment we met Amy, it was clear she had a passion for the space. Every conversation was better than the last. Maybe it’s because we’re both engineers and have the same excitement for creating innovative products that help companies build the best workplaces,” said Larry Gadea, Founder and CEO at Envoy. “Amy is great at identifying workplace problems and solving them fast. She and the team have the expertise and nimbleness we need to build at scale and iterate in this hybrid world that is evolving quickly.”
“Our teams are growing fast,” added Gadea. “We're always looking for motivated engineers, product managers and designers who are excited about developing on the cutting edge of what’s happening in the world. We’re making workplaces work for everyone.”
Envoy is hiring.
Envoy is transforming modern workplaces for hybrid work and safely bringing people together so they can connect, collaborate, and thrive. Envoy’s workplace platform has redefined how companies welcome visitors, keep employees safe, book desks and conference rooms, and manage deliveries in over 16,000 locations around the globe by designing products for a flexible workplace experience. Companies like Slack, Pinterest, and Warby Parker rely on Envoy to create an unrivaled first impression and keep their offices safe and compliant.
For more information, please visit envoy.com.