Rembrandt Venture Partners leads $22 mln Series D funding in Appcelerator

By Chris Witkowsky — 1 year ago

Rembrandt Venture Partners has led a $22 million Series D funding round in Appcelerator, which provides an enterprise mobile engagement platform. Other participants in the funding round include new investor Union Grove Venture Partners, and existing investors Storm Ventures, Sierra Ventures, Mayfield Fund, Translink Capital, Relay Ventures and EDB Investments.


Appcelerator Acquires Cocoafish

By Connie Loizos — 4 years ago

Appcelerator, a Mountain View, Calif.-based mobile platform company, is acquiring Cocoafish, a so-called cloud service that lets developers build top network features into mobile apps without writing any server code. Terms of the deal aren’t being disclosed. Cocoafish, founded in late 2010, never disclosed any outside funding. Appcelerator, founded in late 2006, raised a $15 […]

Continue Sets Up $2M Fund for Developers

By Alastair Goldfisher — 4 years ago

In an effort to boost its developer community, cloud storage provider has set up a $2 million fund to back future enterprise applications built on the Box platform. As part of the development fund, Box has also announced a new developer’s program called Box Innovation Network (also called /bin, which was named in a […]


Appcelerator Adds $9 Million in VC, Inks Deal with PayPal

5 years ago

Appcelerator, whose software translates code from web-based applications for use on mobile operating systems, has raised $9 million in a second round of funding. Menlo Park, Calif.-based Sierra Ventures led the Series B round, which includes investments from eBay and returning investors Storm Ventures and Larry Augustin. Appcelerator will use part of the funding to develop its technology for use by PayPal merchants. The Mountain View, Calif.-based company announced a $4.5 million Series A round in 2008, which was led by Storm Ventures.