Stitch raises $3.25 million
Stitch is a startup that helps salespeople on the go through a mobile app. Stitch offers e-mail tracking, multiple clipboards, and cloud-based content management.
The company has raised $3.25 million in seed funding from institutional investors Google Ventures, SoftTech, Freestyle Capital, Foundation Capital, and ENIAC Ventures. Angel investors like Brad Garlinghouse, Tom Conrad, and Eric Hahn also participated in this round.
The app was put together by force Salesforce.com executives and the founder of Miso, Somrat Niyogi. Stitch allows users to integrate Google Apps e-mail with the ability to track e-mail clicks.
The Stitch app indexes all files and attachments, thus making it easier to send any files that have been sent to you through e-mail. These files can be synched with Dropbox, Box, and Hightail. Stitch is going to be adding support to Microsoft Exchange and Android in the future.