Microsoft Teams’ Partner, Decisions, Raises $5M to Alter Meeting Culture

Decisions, a SaaS platform for improving meeting management and engagement within the Microsoft Teams suite, announced it closed a $5 million funding round. The investment will be used to accelerate Decisions toward its vision of AI-driven meeting management by increasing investments in product, sales and marketing, and customer success to support demand for the company’s platform worldwide.

The funding comes after several years of rapid growth for Decisions, with the U.S. market making up half of the Decisions’ customer base.

Since the flagship office in Oslo, Norway, opened in 2016, Decisions has added offices in Columbus, Ohio; Bangalore, India; and Auckland, New Zealand, doubling its employee count in 2021. Decisions has an array of customers from a series of Fortune 500 companies to non-profits, serving more than 1,000 organizations.

“Through a great partnership with Microsoft, we keep adding innovative solutions within Microsoft Teams and Office 365 to achieve our mission of revolutionizing meeting culture to help our clients be more productive,” said Jorgen Solberg, Decisions CEO

The hybrid work era is here. More than 70 percent of employees would prefer flexible remote work options to continue, while more than 65 percent want more in-person time with their teams. Flexibility will define the post-pandemic workplace and set the direction for productivity software development.

The rise of Microsoft Teams is projected to continue even as workers return to hybrid-work. In April 2021, Microsoft reported 145 million daily active users, with that number jumping to 250 million by August. Decisions is the leading meeting management extension for Microsoft Teams and is committed to continue to providing customers with new and exciting innovations within the Microsoft Teams platform.