As reported in IVC, The company provides a service platform for mobile devices’ Customer Relationship Management.
Israeli start up CommuniTake has raised $1.05 million. $750,000 was raised in a Round A led by Plus Ventures, the venture capital arm of the Moldawsky group, while an additional $300,000 was received in the form of a grant from the Chief Scientist. The investment round is open, and the company is talking to additional entities with a view to expanding it, in order to support its marketing efforts.
The company’s seed round, in which it raised $1 million, took place in 2009, through the private equity fund held by Shmuel Mendezitsky.
CommuniTake CEO Ronen Sasson said, “The smart telephone revolution is underway, and more and more people are buying advanced telephones. However, the owners of these telephones struggle to take advantage of their full potential. They do not use the rich variety of applications to help them improve the way they function in their professional and private lives. The system we have developed enables support staff at mobile carriers and at large enterprises to provide advanced solutions, applications, updates, and instructions to users in an efficient, personal, and focused way. This support substantially improves the user experience, and helps people get fuller value from their telephones in day-to-day use.”
CommuniTake, which was founded in 2009, provides a service platform for mobile devices’ Customer Relationship Management. The company recently signed several deals with telecommunications and service providers in Israel and overseas, and it is undergoing market trials with a view to installation at several additional telecommunications providers.