Stitch raises $3.25 million seed funding
Stitch is a newly established firm aiming to help sales professionals to close more deals through a mobile app. The company has raised $3.25 million in a funding round, reported TechCrunch. The investment was led by Google Ventures along with other financiers including Freestyle Capital, Foundation Capital, SoftTech and ENIAC Ventures. A list of angels including Tom Conrad, Eric Hahn and Brad Garlinghouse also joined the investment.
The startup has been driven by the premise that great sales would come from email marketing. Stitch founder Somrat Niyogi explained that sending emails is not just the gist of succeeding a deal. Niyogi added that responsiveness to clients and possible customers on mobile would add to productive sales.
According to a report from TechCrunch, Stitch intends to be the “mobile and sales productivity platform” that provides valuable information to help professionals get in more sales. The startup allows Google Apps email integration for Stitch to fully become a mobile email client app.