TigerText Inc., a provider of secure mobile messaging for healthcare enterprises, has completed an $8.2m second funding.
The round, which brings the total amount raised by the company to date to more than $10m, was led by Easton Capital and New Science Ventures.
The company intends to use the funding to accelerate development of TigerText Pro for Business, its HIPAA-compliant, messaging platform.
Co-Founded by Jeffrey Evans and Brad Brooks, TigerText allows doctors, nurses and administrators in hospital and clinic settings to create their own private, HIPAA-compliant mobile messaging network, with features such as Self-Deleting Messages (both on sender and receiver handsets), Message Recall and Forward Lock.
It works on all smartphone platforms (Apple, Android, and BlackBerry) and also has a desktop web interface.
Customers include more than 20 healthcare organizations.
In conjunction with the funding, John Friedman, Managing Partner of Easton Capital, and Somu Subramaniam, Managing Partner of NSV, have joined the company’s board.
TigerText is currently hiring (http://www.tigertext.com/about/join/).