Digital Credentialing Platform, Credly raised $11.1 million
New-York based company, Credly, has raised $11.1 million in Series A funding round led by ZOMA Capital. Existing investors like New Markets Venture Partners, University Ventures, Pearson, Lumina Foundation and Lion Brothers also participated in the funding round. Credly is a digital credentialing platform, which helps users in transforming knowledge, skills, and ability into a common verified language, which creates opportunities for individual and empowers organization.
The company has raised a total of $18.2 million funding. Credly acquired Pearson’s Acclaim in 2018 and the combination created the most acceptable solutions for recognizing skills, capabilities, and achievements. Credly aims to help students for the translation of educational experiences in the accomplishments of the world work.