Dizzion raises $6.4M in Series A1


What does Dizzion do?

Dizzion, is a full service end user computing provider. The company provides cloud delivered desktops which helps users in accessing their data and applications form any device, from anywhere and at any time which enjoying the same success, productivity and security as they do in their office environment. The company’s proprietary managed desktop service is built on enterprise technology which includes infrastructure, software management, licensing, security and support for a monthly fee. The company enables end users in securely accessing applications and data from their desktop on any device, responding to the enterprise shift for cloud and worldwide workforce trends including 3rd party contracting, work from home programs and a huge requirement for companies to protect data.

How much Dizzion was funded?

The company raised $6.4M in Series A on September 7, 2016 from Correlation Ventures, Access Venture Partners, Point B Capital and Grotech Ventures.

Previous funding

$678.08k on July 10, 2012

$3.9M in Series A on January 27, 2015 from Access Venture Partners, Correlation Ventures, GrotechVentures, Service Provider Capital and Point B Capital.

What is next for Dizzion?

The company plans to use the latest funding raised for leveraging new resources to grow its staff, expanding its partner program and further refining virtual desktop technologies for serving industries with some of the most challenging workforce environments including business process outsourcing and the financial, healthcare services and insurance industries. Retired ViaWest Chairman, Roy Dimoff, will join the company’s board of directors.

More about Dizzion

Dizzion was founded on November 30, 2011 by Steve Prather, Robert Green and Manny Ladis. It has its headquarters in Denver, Colorado. It is an end user computing service. The company is addressing a colossal shift in the workforce towards cloud computing, remote employees and app integration and is not an easy change for most companies.