Tydy pockets $138,000 from angel investors

By Staff Writer

Aug 07, 2014 01:04 PM EDT

Tydy managed to raise $138,000 in angel funding from the online platform, LetsVenture. Participating in the round are investors, Hareesh Ramana, MD of BORQS Software, Nikhil Ramanlal, director of Atandra and a YEO member, Bhupen Shah, an active angel investor and entrepreneur from Silicon Valley and others. 

Based in Bangalore, Tydy is a cloud-based mobile content & communication delivery platform, whose goal is to make mobile devices more pervasive in the global workforce. It was launched in October 2013 by founders Kiran Menon and Nikhil Gurjer. 

Users can add multipedia files, PDFs, and even forms and the application helps to seamlessly deliver content at all the platforms including Smartphones & tabletsiOS & Android, with one-click.

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