Selligy Raises $2.8M in Series A Funding

Selligy, a Belmont, California-based provider of mobile CRM solutions for enterprises, raised $2.8m in Series A funding.

The round was led by Draper Fisher Jurvetson (DFJ) with participation from Alchemist Accelerator,, and other angel investors. With the financing, DFJ Investor Josh Stein joined Selligy’s Board of Directors.

The company, which has raised nearly $3m to date, intends to use the funds to accelerate the rollout of its solution, develop support for other mobile platforms, and scale up company operations.

Co-founded by Nilay Patel, chief executive officer, and Usman Muzaffar, chief technology officer, Selligy has just released Selligy Enterprise, a mobile service that uses a salesperson’s mobile context – where they are, who they are meeting, what is available to the on-phone calendar and contacts – to understand the precise data they need from Salesforce Sales Cloud, social media profiles, and other systems. By matching context to data, the solution aims to reduce time spent navigating applications for key information, and to provide updates to critical systems.

It is available today for businesses using Salesforce Sales Cloud.

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  • […] Even more troubling is that the new focus is Big Data, enterprise analytics, and <insert-cool-name> intelligence.  This would be great if the data was actually any good.  Check out this survey done by Selligy – they claim 80% of deal/opportunity records in never see any activities logged.  Wow.  Selligy’s focus?  A better experience with Salesforce on Mobile. To repeat: the pricey market leader in Cloud CRM needs a better mobile interface in order to drive user adoption.  And salesforce is an investor. […]

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