Workplace management platform Eden has raised $25 million in a Series B funding round led by Reshape.
Eden has customized software that offers centralized partner bid collection, vendor management and a billing system. The marketplace provides office administrators with the everyday services needed to run a workplace, such as cleaning services, handymen, snack purchases and more. Using the platform, managers save over 20% in cost compared to managing individual service vendors.
The company has had a flourishing year, having onboarded its 2,000th service provider and brought its transaction volume past $50 million. Now, it is available in 25 major U.S. markets and some international cities.
“We are really proud to have reached this milestone so that we can further our mission of creating a better workplace for everyone,” said Joe Du Bey, co-founder and CEO of Eden. “We are grateful that Reshape, alongside returning investors S28 Capital and Fifth Wall, among other strong supporters, are committed to our vision of being the first global facilities management company that fully integrates its physical services and software. We are excited to drive transformation in the workplace industry as we enter our next phase of growth.”
With the funding, Eden plans to boost its growth by investing in its suite of SaaS tools and building its team for global expansion.