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SNAPin Software

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About SNAPin Software

SNAPin is a company to use the power of the mobile phone itself to drive incremental revenue, and to deliver dramatic reductions in the cost of providing customer support to wireless subscribers. SNAPin aims to make it easy for mobile operators to deliver their own service experience across all handsets with products designed to teach, support, maintain, and measure.

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411 108th Avenue NE Suite 600

Bellevue, Washington, 98004,

United States


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SNAPin Software Patents

SNAPin Software has filed 4 patents.

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Mobile device management, Network protocols, Open Mobile Alliance standards, Information technology management, ARM operating systems


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Mobile device management, Network protocols, Open Mobile Alliance standards, Information technology management, ARM operating systems



Latest SNAPin Software News

SnapIn founder Brian Roundtree scores cash for 'personal shopper’ service nFluence Media

Jan 11, 2012

January 11, 2012 at 10:54 am January 11, 2012 at 11:03 am GeekWire Awards: Tickets available now! SnapIn Software was one of the better outcomes in the Seattle technology community in recent years, with the mobile software company selling to Nuance for about $200 million in 2008. Now, SnapIn founder Brian Roundtree — an entrepreneurial and engineering prodigy  who started his first company at the age of 12 and later created Redmond-based Action Engine — is kicking around a new startup called nFluence Media . The company just scored $1.8 million in funding , with Seattle venture capitalist Tom Huseby serving as chairman of the board. Huseby certainly is familiar with Roundtree’s work, since the entrepreneur-in-residence at Voyager Capital previously sat on the board of SnapIn. So, what’s nFluence Media all about? We’ve yet to track down Huseby or Roundtree, but the company’s Web site offers a few clues. The company says that it is creating a place to get relevant offers and deals from retailers in one spot on a smartphone — “without a single email.” The company writes: “There are approximately 75,000 deals out there EVERY DAY! By creating your own anonymous and private profile in a fun, easy way, we pre-search and filter the best possible offers for you — the right stuff in the right place at the right time… and at the right price — without you telling us who you are or anything about yourself! It’s like having your very own personal shopper.” Other companies are trying to filter deals and provide relevant offers, namely Seattle upstart ChoozOn. Led by former Yahoo executive Usama Fayyad, ChoozOn r aised $3.2 million last year. nFluence is being led by CEO Henry Lawson, the former president of Donovan Data Systems and current chairman of MediaEquals and Cogniti. Roundtree, who is serving as CTO of nFluence, obviously couldn’t stay away from the entrepreneurial game. And that shouldn’t come as a surprise given the description on his LinkedIn bio  which says: “Yes … I am addicted to startups.” John Cook is GeekWire's co-founder and editor, a veteran reporter and the longest-serving journalist on the Pacific Northwest tech startup beat. Follow him  @johnhcook and email . GeekWire Awards 2016: The Pacific Northwest's annual startup and technology awards. GeekWire rolls out the red carpet each year at the EMP Museum in Seattle to honor the top innovators, entrepreneurs, startups and do-gooder geeks, as nominated and chosen by the GeekWire community. More than 800 people attend this fun event. Tickets available here .

SNAPin Software Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was SNAPin Software founded?

    SNAPin Software was founded in 2003.

  • Where is SNAPin Software's headquarters?

    SNAPin Software's headquarters is located at 411 108th Avenue NE, Bellevue.

  • What is SNAPin Software's latest funding round?

    SNAPin Software's latest funding round is Acquired.

  • How much did SNAPin Software raise?

    SNAPin Software raised a total of $27.25M.

  • Who are the investors of SNAPin Software?

    Investors of SNAPin Software include Nuance Communications, Frazier Technology Ventures, Oak Investment Partners, Covera Ventures, Trilogy Equity Partners and 5 more.

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