Pageonce, a provider of personal finance and travel information on smartphones, announced that it has closed a $6.5m round of venture funding.
The round was led by the Israeli Venture firm Pitango Venture Capital and brings the total raised to date to $10m. The company is also backed by HillsVen Capital and other prominent Silicon Valley angels including Liron Petrushka who serves as Chairman of Pageonce.
In conjunction with the funding, Pitango Partner Eitan Bek will join Pageonce’s board of directors. The company also announced Jim Scheinman as new Chief Operating Officer, responsible for overseeing business strategy, business development, sales and marketing.
Mark Goines, former GM of Quicken/Intuit and early investor and board member of Mint, also joined Pageonce as an investor and advisor.
The company’s mobile applications include Personal Assistant, which allows users to manage thier online accounts on iPhone, BlackBerry, Android and Windows platforms; Mobile Minute Tracker, which enables consumers to keep track of wireless, text usage and bills; and Trip Tracker, which allows users to manage flight and hotel information.
Pageonce is located in Palo Alto, CA, with a development team in Kfar Saba, Israel.