Software as a Service, or SaaS, isn’t about the hosting. It’s about helping your customers succeed with your product.
- Aaron Fulkerson, CEO of MindTouch
Latest Product News
MindTouch Increasing Its Commitment to Proprietary “Smart Content” Framework with Advanced Optimization Tools
Spring 2017 Release, Site Analysis Suite, Offers Comprehensive Evaluation of Site Health
SAN DIEGO, California, May 16, 2017 – MindTouch, the leading provider in modern product documentation and help content solutions for the enterprise, is proud to inaugurate Site Analysis, an in-app suite of site optimization tools. Site Analysis is designed to empower knowledge managers to monitor and fix broken links and structural irregularities throughout their site, resulting in enhanced usability and proven increases in search engine rankings. The first of the Site Analysis suite of tools, introduced this month, are Site Structure and Link Manager. [Read more...]
MindTouch Raises $12 Million to Help Companies Drive Self-service Customer Experiences
SAN DIEGO, California, January 14, 2016 – MindTouch, the customer experience-centric SaaS provider on a mission to make customer product and help content valuable again, today announced it has raised $12 million in its Series A investment. PeakSpan Capital led the round with participation from SK Ventures and SAP SE. MindTouch has successfully bootstrapped to profitability without taking venture funding until today. MindTouch will use the new funds to increase its product capabilities and integrations with companies such as Salesforce, SAP, Oracle, and others, as well as grow its marketing, business development, sales, and engineering teams. [Read more...]
MindTouch in the News
Many of San Diego’s most talented workers are being lured away with better offers in Silicon Valley. But a local tech company called MindTouch is developing local talent and keeping them in town..
[MindTouch]...increases the likelihood that someone researching a product will actually buy it, and it increases customer satisfaction — people who can find answers on their own are going to be happy.
MindTouch allows both established, long-respected enterprises that make physical products like Whirlpool, Newmar, MakerBot, and Remington, as well as fast-growing start-up companies like Code42, Zenefits, Zuora, and Docker, turn product and help content into a revenue-producing asset that creates happy and endorsing users.
The fact that this company is raising a Series A well over a decade after its inception is pretty staggering and points to the fact that MindTouch has been following a far more organic approach toward growth.
In a nutshell, MindTouch aims to unify content to get customers answers faster whether they come in via phone, search or a store location. Often customers have to navigate everything from user guides to reviews to FAQs and knowledge bases.
The company’s software manages so called "help" content for companies, such as product documentation, training manuals and other support materials. Its software organizes this content online for self-service product support. So someone who buys a product can find answers to their questions at their own pace.
MindTouch, a San Diego-based provider of cloud-based answers to consumer product questions, has raised $12 million in new VC funding. PeakSpan Capital led the round, and was joined by SK Ventures and SAP.
MindTouch is just getting started in defining a new category of software directly focused on customer self-service.
MindTouch says its online technology ingests a company’s help content, which often consists of printed documents like training manuals, PDF files, and other product-related materials, and converts it into Web-based product information.
As we now see, it all turned out well and as of today, the 65-70 person strong business is busting out of its current premises and can name customers like Whirlpool and partners like Salesforce and SAP.
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