Discoverly, the San Francisco startup that launched last year with the aim of putting people’s social connections “to work” in the enterprise space, has added some useful updates to its flagship social search tool. Discoverly’s Chrome browser extension, which debuted in January to let you see mutual Facebook connections while looking at someone’s LinkedIn profile and vice versa, has added two new data sources to its mix: Crunchbase and AngelList. Discoverly’s founder and CEO Theodore Summe tells me that the overall idea is to help people easily find connections.
Discoverly Nabs $750K From Salesforce, Bessemer, And Others For Stealthy Social Enterprise App
Discoverly, a San Francisco-based startup building a social enterprise tool, has raised $750,000 in a seed round and is opening up its product to private beta testers. The company’s slate of investors is impressive: Salesforce, Bessemer Venture Partners, Atlas Venture, Great Oaks, Stocktwits founder Howard Lindzon, Yammer product chief Jim Patterson, MJ Elmore, and Alchemist Accelerator have all pitched in.