Enterprise Mobile Company DoubleDutch Raises $1.2 Million

DoubleDutch is an enterprise mobile start-up company that has raised $1.2 million in funding. The lead investor is Lightbank, a venture capital firm run by Groupon co-founders Eric Lefkofsky and Brad Keywell. Charles River Ventures, Launch Capital, Accelerator Ventures, Venture51, Zig Capital, and other angel investors also participated in this round.

DoubleDutch helps companies build their own geolocation service similar to Foursquare. It allows people to connect customers, employees, and communities to each other. DoubleDutch can create applications that have location-based networking capabilities, employee mapping, etc. These maps can be customized with logos, splash screens, etc. They have a functional platform for iOS, Android, and BlackBerry. Some of their customers include Cisco, HP, Adobe, and TED.


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