PixieBrix Raises $5.4 Million Series A Led By NEA

New Funding Will Support Even More Use Cases for its Low-Code Platform that Lets Users Customize Any Site on the Web

PixieBrix, the first low-code platform to customize and automate any web interface, today announced it has closed $5.4 million in Series A funding from existing investor New Enterprise Associates (NEA). The company has raised a total of $9 million since July 2021. In conjunction with the financing, PixieBrix co-founders Todd Schiller and Mike Mirandi welcome Hilarie Koplow-McAdams, Venture Partner, NEA to their Board of Directors.

PixieBrix is defining the standard for UX customization, enabling everyone to personalize and enhance any web application with a low-code editor and reusable components called “bricks.” Creators can add automation, collaboration, and guardrails into any application. With the funding, PixieBrix is launching new tools to add real-time interactive content into any application, and bring information and actions with you across applications as you work.

“As the great digital shift transforms how consumers shop, travel, and connect, it’s critical that consumer brands embrace technology with a human touch to stay ahead of the game,” said Manish Pandya, SVP Digital at TaskUs. “TaskUs considers PixieBrix as a partner in enabling a world class consumer experience at scale for leading brands. And it’s a win-win for our own teammates, who’ve embraced PixieBrix to do their jobs better, faster, and safer.”

In addition to CX, customers include intelligent automation and operations teams at technology leaders in eCommerce, fintech, mobility-as-a-service, and digital health.

Personalized technology not only benefits end users, but also software providers who want to enable greater customizability and extensibility. PixieBrix is already a Technology Partner of the two largest Robotic Process Automation (RPA) companies, UiPath and Automation Anywhere, and integrates with several other leading platforms.

“Every software platform wants to provide a degree of customizability and extensibility, which requires each to reinvent the wheel,” said COO Mike Mirandi. “Leveraging customization and extensibility as a service lets platforms focus on their core offering while meeting diverse customer needs.”

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