- Insight Partners led round, with participation from 468 Capital and FirstMark Capital
- Pascal Weinberger and Artem Harutyunyan co-founded Bardeen
- Bardeen has grown its monthly active user base by 4x to more than 20,000 since launch
Bardeen.ai, a San Francisco-based provider of automation tools, has secured $15.3 million in Series A funding. Insight Partners led the round with participation from other investors that include 468 Capital and FirstMark Capital. With this latest funding round, Bardeen has raised a total of $18.8 million.
In conjunction with this funding, Praveen Akkiraju, a managing director at Insight Partners, joins Bardeen’s board.
“As everyone’s job continues to become ever more digital, the ability to automate one’s workflows will become a standard competency that every professional will need to possess just like collaborating in Notion or sharing data using Airtable, etc,” Matt Turck, a managing director at FirstMark Capital, said in a statement.
Since its launch in 2020, Bardeen has grown its monthly active user base by 4x to more than 20,000, the company said.