Today, the company announced it has signed a deal to acquire Tutors Learning, a startup that provides tutoring services.
Tutors Learning has built a platform for people who want to learn to code, and it aims to provide tutoring for as little as $5 per month.
Tutors, like Brainfuse, has built apps to help people learn to program and use Android and iOS apps.
But Tutors has raised $1 billion from venture capital firms and venture capitalists to date.
“We have been excited to be able to partner with Tutors,” Brainfuses CEO Scott C. Hahn said in a statement.
“Our team has been able to work with them in many different ways to build a platform that can help students learn to use their skills.
We believe the Tutors learning platform will be a critical part of helping millions of people get the most out of their learning.”
Tutoring, Brainfus says, is a “highly innovative technology that can empower individuals and companies with the skills to build new applications and services.”
The company has raised a total of $2.8 million from investors including Andreessen Horowitz, Accel Partners, Draper Fisher Jurvetson, Kleiner Perkins, Pershing Square Ventures, and others.
Brainfused says it has plans to hire 100 more people to help the company scale up.