Wizeline, a product management startup, secured a new $6.7 million round of funding, according to an SEC document filed today.
Wizeline helps software companies determine which features in a particular product are most important — and which they should invest in next. The purpose of Wizeline’s platform is to make sure product management teams aren’t wasting time and resources on features that no one cares about while prioritizing those that are important.
The cofounder is Bismarck Lepe, who previously founded enterprise-level video platform Ooyala. A good number of former Ooyala workers are also now at Wizeline, including Matthew Pasienski, and Vidal Gonzalez.
We’re reaching out to Wizeline for more information about how it plans to use the additional capital as well as other details about the funding round.
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