StackMob, a San Francisco, CA-based platform for developing, deploying and managing mobile applications in the cloud, has closed a $7.5m funding.
The round was led by Trinity Ventures, with participation from existing investors Harrison Metal and Baseline Ventures.
The company intends to use the funds to to grow the team, expand its product and support additional platforms.
In conjunction with the funding, Dan Scholnick, General Partner at Trinity Ventures, has joined Harrison Metal founder Michael Dearing on StackMob’s board of directors.
The company’s fully hosted and managed platform is designed to allow developers to build, deploy and manage feature rich mobile applications. It offers a comprehensive suite of backend services for quick implementation, which allows developers to shortcut the infrastructure-building process.
Led by CEO and co-founder Ty Amell, StackMob is currently in private beta (www.stackmob.com/beta-signup).