Attachments.me Raises $2 Million In Funding
Attachments are sometimes not the easiest things to keep track of, especially in web-based email clients like Gmail. Thankfully though, there’s always an entrepreneurs or in this case two entrepreneurs who are looking to save the day.
I am talking of course of Benjamin Coe and Jesse Miller, who back in 2011 started Attachments.me, a service dedicated to making our lives easier when managing, sorting and organizing our attachments. The company recently raised $2 million in Series A funding in an effort to make more people aware that it exits. The funding round had a single investor—the Foundry Group.
While the money will go a long way in raising Attachments.me’s profile with users, it already has a strong presence with the relevant players in the online storage and sorting space. The company has already forged partnerships with Box.com and Dropbox.com—there’s even a little partnership going on with Facebook.
Foundry Group seems sold on the soundness of the company and MD Jason Mendelson, said just as much. According to Mendelson, “Attachments.me is working at changing this by creating intuitive tools that integrate email with cloud solutions. The technology they built with their seed round was impressive, and we’re excited to be involved as they grow.”
For those people who have a genuine concern about attachments-management, this new service is am sure, welcomed.