IFTTT Raises $7 M of Series A Funding
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San Francisco, California – IFTTT, a service that lets you create powerful connections between web applications has raised $7 million of series A funding led by the top venture firm Andreessen Horowitz and backed by NEA (New Enterprise Associates) and Lerer Ventures.
“While we are more connected to the internet than we’ve ever been before, we are also ever more siloed in our usage of web applications,” said John O’Farrell, Andreessen Horowitz partner. “IFTTT has achieved remarkable traction by enabling the average person to create simple yet powerful connections between their web apps. We are excited about IFTTT’s future and are looking forward to helping Linden and his team scale their business.”
As part of the investment deal, John O’Farrell of Andreessen Horowitz will be joining the board.
Funding Total: $7,000,000
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|Investors: Andreessen Horowitz, New Enterprise Associates , Lerer Ventures|