SkyGiraffe, a San Mateo, Calif.-based enterprise mobility platform that enables organizations to mobilize line-of-business systems, raised $6m in funding.
The round was led by SGVC with participation from Trilogy Equity Partners, Heroku Founder and CEO James Lindenbaum, Parse Founder and CEO Ilya Sukhar, and Lookout Founder and CTO Kevin Mahaffey.
The company, which had previously raised $4.5m from 500 Startups, Microsoft Ventures, Trilogy Equity Partners and angels, intends to use the funds to continue expanding its platform among other growth initiatives.
Led by Founder and CEO Boaz Hecht, SkyGiraffe is an enterprise-grade mobility platform that allows companies to interact with their corporate systems. Its platform opens up access to critical business workflows via a no-code native front-end, custom front-ends built on its SDK, or any third-party SaaS application employees already use. The company has also announced expanded functionality to provide a secure endpoint for developers to build on top of the SkyGiraffe platform, enabling read and write access from enterprise applications such as SAP, Oracle, Salesforce and ServiceNow.
Its REST endpoint can be integrated into third-party front-end applications like Slack, Office365, Skype, and Google Sheets.