CRM Software Company Assistly Raises $3 Million In Second Round

Assistly is a customer relationship management software company that has raised $3 million in a second round of funding. Assistly mashes up different forms of communication in one interface. These methods of communication include e-mail, phone calls, Twitter, and Facebook. Assistly started in 2009 and this is co-founder Alex Bard’s second customer service company. Bard previously sold a company to AOL called Goowy Media.

Assistly raised a total of $4.7 million so far. The first round of funding was led by True Ventures and Social Leverage. In this round Bullpen Capital, Index Ventures, and Kenny Van Zant invested.


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