Urban Airship, a Portland, OR-based provider of a mobile engagement platform, has raised $15.1m in Series C funding.
Led by CEO Scott Kveton, Urban Airship allows brands and developers to reach and engage target audiences and increase app revenue streams through push notification, rich messaging, in-app purchase, subscriptions and data tracking.
The funding follows the company’s recent acquisition of SimpleGeo.
Customers include Dictionary.com, Groupon, Warner Bros., Weather Channel and Yahoo! among the others.
Urban Airship operates offices in San Francisco.