Founded by a Frenchwoman, the start-up Front raises $ 1.5 million

by bold-lichterman

The start-up Forehead just raise $ 1.5 million from a group of Silicon Valley investors, for a total target of $ 2.5 million. The company, founded by a Frenchwoman, Mathilde Collin, publishes an e-mail management platform.

It makes it easier to designate the most appropriate person to respond to an email sent to a generic company address (example: marketing department, human resources department, etc.), or to avoid endless e-mail transfers. internal mails between employees. The latter can, from the software marketed in Saas, directly comment on e-mails in a centralized and organized manner. A notification center then allows you to be kept up to date with the latest activities, avoiding constant back and forths in the inbox.

From the Y Combinator

Running on Mac, Windows and mobile, the solution also includes a tool to share with other employees the answers to the most frequently asked questions and thus save time. Admin can then get detailed analytics about email usage.

To reach a larger panel of customers, Front also integrates collaborative SMS management. The company, which launched the app in June, was a member of the Y Combinator, will relocate its operations to California to stay close to its new investors.

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