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Venture Capital | 10 April 2015

Helion Venture Leads Investment In Bangalore-Based Startup Whatfix

by Puja Chaurasiya
Helion Venture Leads Investment In Bangalore-Based Startup Whatfix
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India focused fund, Helion Venture Partners has led R5.5 Cr investment round in Whatfix, a tool that allows users to create and share how-to guides on any site. The round also saw the participation from Powerhouse Ventures, GSF and angel investors from the valley.

With the investment, Helion Partner, Alok Goyal and Sierra Ventures ex-Partner, Vispi Daper will be joining the board.

The funds raised will be used to strengthen technology and to scale sales and marketing effort.

Founded in 2013 by Khadim Batti and Vara Kumar Namburu, Whatfix, is a second product of Bangalore-based tech startup QuickoLabs.

WhatFix works by allowing businesses to create web-based interactive how-to guides, FAQs, training materials etc., and integrate them within their apps and websites. The guides can be then auto published in various formats like videos, articles, slideshows, widgets, links or buttons.

Whatfix also provides a community platform for anyone to create, share & execute interactive HowTo guides.

Some of the clients it has worked with include Flipkart, Versature, D'Angers University, MaxWell Health, Gaadi.com and GreyTip.

Helion has previously invested in enterprise software companies like Seclore and Linguanext.

Helion is a multi-stage, technology focused venture fund with over $600 Mn under management and has a portfolio consisting of Ezetap, Pubmatic, Komli, Kirusa, Linguanext, RapidValue, Seclore, WorkSpot, TaxiForSure and Yepme among others.

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