Cloud based task management service and Disrupt Startup Alley alumnus Cohuman has raised $600K in additional angel funding. Investors in the round included Diamond II Investments, Jupiter Partners, Stage One Capital and other angels. This is the second round of angel funding Cohuman has received and is added to a $800K raised in the fall of 2009 for a total $1.4 million.
On Cohuman people can assign individual tasks and because it is web-based any group of people can collaborate through it. “We really think co-human is a better way to get things done, it really addresses some of the shortcomings of contemporary messaging technologies,” says CEO Matthew Work.
In the same organizational management space as Salesforce, Chatter and Basecamp, the web-based Cohuman, whose usership has tripled to over 15,000 users since launching at Disrupt in September, is currently freemium and monetizes with a subscription based “Professional” version.
Cohuman is headquartered San Francisco and comprised of 8 people, and while Work doesn’t plan on hiring more staff the company will be using the money to focus on business app integration and mobile moving forward.
The intelligent workspace for coordinating team tasks Cohuman is for teams of any kind that need a simple and powerful way to coordinate the actions of their members. Unlike traditional collaboration solutions that are project or document-centric, Cohuman is people-centric. Yes, we share documents with each other and we collaborate on projects, but when it comes down to it, we are each responsible for our own specific set of tasks. Thatâ€™s what Cohuman is: a Task Network, where people create and...