Last year at Finovate, personal finance management tool, Pageonce announced its plans to move into the Windows 7 market after its great success with the Blackberry, Android and iPhone. This year the company has come back with an even bigger announcement.
The large success of the personal management tool was not only noticed by the company itself, but many important investors eager to get a slice of the success.
Top-ranked Pageonce announced today that it has been able to close $15 million in new funding, making their total funding as of this week a whopping $25 million. Thanks to investment companies such as Morgenthaler Ventures and Pitango Ventures Pageonce can continue developing their tool to be more accessible and convenient for the public.
What is Pageonce?
For those not familiar with this company, here is a little brush-up:
PageOnce is a financial management tool that basically lets you organize all your finances all in one place: your phone. This mobile app allows users to monitor their accounts from bill payments to money-saving tips. To learn more check out our latest article on the app, Pageonce Version 4.0 Gathers 4 million Users.
The main objective of Pageonce is summarized perfectly by CEO Guy Goldstein, “We’re working to transform the smartphone into the Wallet of the Future, and the funding is helping to fuel our vision.”
PageOnce also allows consumers to see which discounts, and product upgrades are available to them. This makes sure that you are utilizing the best tools out there to make the most of your money management.
The best thing about Pageonce is that it is offered to consumers at no charge. By having this tool available for free there is no reason not to try it out. See what makes Pageonce one of the top ranked finance apps out there.
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