DLA Piper has advised RealtimeBoard on its USD 25 million series A financing round led by venture capital firm Accel. Cooley advised Accel on the deal.
RealtimeBoard provides a cloud-based “endless whiteboard," which is a form of data visualization, where sequential series of files can be demonstrated on a screen as a visual object-based model. According to DLA Piper, "RealtimeBoard’s whiteboard allows teams to collaborate beyond formats, tools, locations and time zones to draw up ideas and visualize concepts. The company also integrates with other productivity tools, including G Suite, Slack, Jira, Trello, and Dropbox, among others."
The DLA Piper team was led by Moscow-based Partner Leo Batalov, assisted by St. Petersburg-based Senior Associate Ilya Bulgakov.
The Cooley team advising Accel on this deal included London-based Partner Ryan Naftulin and Virginia-based Associate Matthew Schwee.