$15 million funding round also set to improve existing customer experiences
reMarkable made headlines recently
reMarkable made headlines recently, following the announcement of a new funding round in which Spark Capital, best known as Twitter, Slack, Tumblr, and Oculus investors, invested USD $15 million in the company.
reMarkable CEO Magnus Wanberg spoke to TechCrunch in the lead-up, in a wide-ranging interview that touched on the company’s past, but also went into detail about its plans for the future.
“We want to use that money to build the company, to get more employees, to put that into product development, to create value for the existing community that supported us through the pre-order and in the market,” he said, to TechCrunch’s Devin Coldewey.
As reMarkable continues to develop its product offering, and support a passionate user base, according to Wanberg there are some specific areas that will come under focus.
“I think what we’re going to focus on and where this funding can help us, is making the product fit even better into different kinds of workflows. We have a lot of ideas about how to improve that,” he said.
When it came to further details regarding the feature pipeline, the CEO was obviously excited but remained tight-lipped on specifics.
“We have some secret features, they’re just going to blow people’s minds. While I’m not going to talk about it now, I think a lot of people are going to be really surprised by what we are going to come up with in the next year or so.
As mentioned in the interview, reMarkable is grateful for its active community of existing customers, and will actively continue to support all devices on the market with software updates, improvements, and new functionality.