GeekWire: Ally Raises $50M as Remote Work Drives Demand for Goal-Setting Collaboration Software

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Investors are going all in on Ally.

The Seattle startup just landed a $50 million Series C round led by Green Oaks Capital, Tiger Global, and Madrona Venture Group. Total funding to date is $76 million since the company’s launch in 2018 and two previous rounds raised in 2019.

Ally helps companies track and hit their goals, or Objectives and Key Results (OKR), a popular framework for running teams and businesses. The idea is to bring together data from across an organization and keep employees on the same page as they work toward milestones. Customers include brands such as Dropbox, Nike, Overstock.com and others.

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