Toss Lab raises $13 million Series B for its collaboration platform JANDI, the “Slack of Asia” – TechCrunch

As Slack ramps up its investment in Asia, Toss Lab, the South Korea-based creator of enterprise collaboration platform JANDI, is preparing to become a more formidable The startup announced today that it has raised a $13 million Series B led by SoftBank Ventures Asia, the early-stage venture …

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As part of the funding, Toss Labs also added four new board directors: Ticket Monster founder Daniel Shin and former Kakao chief strategy officer Joon-yeol Kang, the founders of Bass Investment; SoftBank Ventures Asia CEO JP Lee; and SBI Investment Korea CEO Joon-hyo Lee. Sendbird CEO John S.

As Slack ramps up its investment in Asia, Toss Lab, the South Korea-based creator of enterprise collaboration platform JANDI, is preparing to become a more formidable rival.

While Slack is used by some startups and tech companies in Asia, Chatwork and Base. vn are the top collaboration platforms in Japan and Vietnam, respectively, while Jandi is the leader in South Korea and Taiwan.

These include organization charts to help people find colleagues by department; a “board view” for company announcements and reports; video calls that can support up to 300 participants at a time; read receipts; and an secure file manager for storing confidential team documents.

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