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Redbooth takes $11M to sell task tracking, file storage, & video chat software to your company
Redbooth, a startup with software that employees can use to manage and communicate about projects, has raised an $11 million funding round. Word of the new round came in the form of a U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission filing today.
The startup integrates with cloud-storage tools from Google, Box, and Dropbox, and it offers an application programming interface (API) developers can use to tie Redbooth into other software. But part of the appeal of Redbooth is its wide portfolio, which features file storage, chat, high-definition video conferencing, and project management tools -- for a price that won't make a company bankrupt.
"Our ability to tie chat into the workflow of getting things done makes us different from any other vendor out there," Dan Schoenbaum, Redbooth's chief executive, told VentureBeat in an interview.
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