SAN JOSE, CA--(Marketwired - May 15, 2013) - Datahug, the enterprise relationship network, is announcing new funding, new hires for the US market and a new US headquarters. Datahug was founded in 2010 in Ireland and is expanding aggressively into the US market. New funding will provide for improved support and services for US customers. Investors in the company include Draper Fisher Jurvetson, DFJ Esprit, Oyster Capital, Silicon Valley investor Ron Conway, and new funding from salesforce.com.
T Paul Thomas, the new US-based CEO with a long history of funding and expanding technology startups, was hired in January this year. Thomas has led efforts to expand funding and establish the US headquarters. Vice presidents of sales and marketing are being hired as well. And new headquarters have been established in San Jose, California, in the heart of Silicon Valley.
"Datahug already has great momentum and an impressive list of enterprise customers. Expanding more fully into the US market is the main focus of the company this year," said T Paul Thomas, CEO of Datahug. "I'm impressed with the extremely positive response from US investors and customers. Datahug is about using information that already exists within your organization. The bottom-line value of the technology is very clear."
Datahug's award-winning technology solution allows users to search for people or companies and immediately see all connections inside and outside their organization. It allows users to understand which colleagues have the strongest relationships with which companies, or "who knows who." A fully functioning trial version is available immediately.
To try Datahug for free, please see: http://www.datahug.com
Datahug is an enterprise relationship network which works with businesses to automatically unlock and organize employee's networks of contacts to help make business development easier, faster and more efficient. Datahug currently manages over 20 million relationships. For more information and a free trial, go to http://www.datahug.com
- Information Technology