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Jul 18, 2011
Reprints SupportSpace , a provider of remote technical services with offices in South San Francisco and Netanya, Israel, has raised $12 million in Series C funding from BRM Group, Gemini Israel Fund, and Emergence Capital, according to a report last week in the Israeli business news site The Marker. The company previously raised $10 million in a November 2009 Series B round and has raised $37 million all told. Wade Roush is a contributing editor at Xconomy. Follow @wroush
Supportspace Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
When was Supportspace founded?
Supportspace was founded in 2005.
Where is Supportspace's headquarters?
Supportspace's headquarters is located at 400 Oyster Point, South San Francisco.
What is Supportspace's latest funding round?
Supportspace's latest funding round is Series C.
How much did Supportspace raise?
Supportspace raised a total of $36.25M.
Who are the investors of Supportspace?
Investors of Supportspace include Gemini Israel Ventures, BRM Group and Emergence Capital.
Who are Supportspace's competitors?
Competitors of Supportspace include PlumChoice and 3 more.
Compare Supportspace to Competitors
iYogi is a provider of online technical support services to consumers and small businesses across a wide range of computing and communications devices and software. Leveraging its proprietary Digital Service Cloud software technology platform, iYogi delivers support services to millions of customers globally and its services are available on a 24/7 basis, 365 days a year. iYogi recently launched on-ground support services as well, which are currently available across continental USA. With a growing global footprint, iYogi services are available in the United States, the United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, and UAE the GCC.
CrossLoop is a consumer internet company that empowers everyone to help someone anywhere in the world with free and easy-to-use software application for desktop sharing. CrossLoop connects computer users with qualified service providers and friends who can provide the support they need quickly and conveniently.
PlumChoice helps cloud and Internet of Things (IoT) service providers, IoT manufacturers, cloud solution providers and distributors deploy and sell support services that drive product adoption, resulting in greater market penetration. The company works on behalf of major brands to help end users install, configure, integrate, troubleshoot and use brands' products and software. In turn, PlumChoice's partners experience greater customer satisfaction and lifetime value, lower overhead, increased profitability, and quicker time to market.
Support.com provides online technical support and was incorporated in Delaware in December 1997 under the name Replicase and was founded by Mark Pincus, Scott Dale, and Cadir Lee. The company started just a few months after Pincus sold FreeLoader to Individual for $38 million. The company was renamed to Tioga Systems in late 1998 and again changed its name in December 1999 to support.com with the acquisition of the domain support.com[ and at that point, it began focusing on providing web-based software solutions for enterprise IT.
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