SafetyCulture

SafetyCulture

SafetyCulture is a software for mobile workplace safety and quality management.

SafetyCulture is an Australian founded cloud-based software company that develops mobile and web applications used for workplace inspections and incident reporting. It is best known for its flagship app iAuditor, which was launched in 2012 and is used to ensure high workplace safety and quality standards.

The company's headquarters are in Sydney (Australia) with main offices in Kansas City (United States), Manchester (United Kingdom), Manila (Philippines) and Townsville (Australia).

History

SafetyCulture was founded in 2004 by Luke Anear and began offering safe work method statements for the construction industry in Australia and later launched SafetyCulture's flagship app iAuditor in 2012.

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April 8, 2020

SafetyCulture raises $35.5 million at an $800 million valuation in its latest round of funding. The round was led by the Australian growth capital investor TDM Growth Partners, with participation from other local Australian investors like Blackbird Ventures, Skip Capital and former Australian prime minister Malcolm Turnbull and his wife.

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SafetyCulture funding round, May 2018
45,200,000
May 2018
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Jonathan Shieber
April 8, 2020
TechCrunch
SafetyCulture, the Australian enterprise software company that manages security and compliance checks at companies around the world, has raised $35.5 million at an $800 million valuation in its latest round of funding. Nearly half of the new money was meant to provide liquidity to employee shareholders who had been with the company over three years, [...]

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