Unify Square, a Bellevue-based startup that helps corporations implement Skype for Enterprise, has raised $4 million in funding to expand its present community operations heart in India.
The eight-year-old firm helps its purchasers, together with greater than 50 Fortune 500 firms, monitor and handle Skype for Enterprise, which just received a big update on Monday. Unify Square is a longtime associate of Microsoft, the place CEO and founder Sonu Aggarwal as soon as labored on the product roadmap and improvement for Reside Communications Server and Workplace Communications Server – tasks that might precede Lync, or what’s now generally known as Skype for Enterprise.
The contemporary money comes primarily from angel buyers and can be used to develop the corporate’s community operations heart in India. Complete funding for Unify Square, which counts Microsoft, Bridge Financial institution, and Stanford College was buyers, is now simply north of $30 million.
“The enlargement of our present community operations heart is an agile transfer on our half to reply instantly to buyer demand for our software program and companies choices for Skype for Enterprise and Skype for Enterprise On-line,” Aggarwal mentioned in a press release.