MobileSpan Announces Plug-In BYOD for Enterprise; Raises $2.3 Million in Oversubscribed Series A Round
MobileSpan was founded in 2011 by deep Windows enterprise experts from Google and Sun. In 2012 MobileSpan was selected as one of the inaugural companies in the Alchemist Accelerator, an accelerator program exclusively for startups whose revenue comes from enterprises, not consumers. MobileSpan is a privately held technology company that provides a drop-in, Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) solution which enables a company's workforce to work from anywhere, on any device, while remaining fully integrated with existing company management systems, and fully compliant with data governance standards. The company has raised $2.3 million to date. You can find more information at www.mobilespan.net.
About True Ventures
Founded in 2005, True Ventures is a Silicon Valley-based venture capital firm that invests in early-stage technology startups. With three funds and approximately $600 million in capital under management, True provides seed and Series A funding to the most talented entrepreneurs in today's fastest growing markets. With a mission to make the world a better place for entrepreneurs, True encourages each founder's vision and has built resources to empower the employees, families and communities of its portfolio companies. The firm maintains a strong founder community and offers innovative educational opportunities to its portfolio, helping entrepreneurs achieve higher levels of success and impact. With more than 100 companies funded and multiple companies acquired, the True portfolio has created over 1,900 jobs. To learn more about True Ventures, visit www.trueventures.com.
The Alchemist Accelerator
The Alchemist Accelerator is the premier, venture-backed initiative focused on accelerating the development of seed-stage ventures that monetize from enterprises (not consumers). Backers of the Alchemist Accelerator include Cisco Systems, Draper Fisher Jurvetson, Kholsa Ventures, US Venture Partners, and others. Born out of a 3-year entrepreneurship education outreach started in the Harvard Club of San Francisco, the organization reaches 10,000 technical young alums / students of Ivy League caliber universities, and seeds the top 30 enterprise-monetizing startups per year for a six month program focused on customer development, fundraising, and mentorship. Please visit: http://www.alchemistaccelerator.com
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