Pingboard Raises $1.2 Million to Create Office Management Platform

Bill Boebel, photo courtesy of Pingboard

Bill Boebel, photo courtesy of Pingboard

Bill Boebel and Rob Eanes have launched Pingboard, a new startup focused on creating an office management platform for small to medium-sized businesses.
The startup has raised $1.25 million from Silverton Partners and local angel investors, according to an article in TechCrunch.
Pingboard spun out of Capital Thought, an incubator founded by Boebel, Joshua Baer, co-founder of Capital Factory and Jason Cohen, cofounder of Capital Factory and founder of WP Engine.
Pingboard, with five employees, is based at Capital Factory. The company’s first product is an online company directory, which is in beta testing. The directory will serve as the platform for all other office management tasks.
Boebel is an active angel investor in Austin and also serves as managing director of Capital Factory. He founded Webmail.us, an email hosting service, and sold it to Rackspace in 2007.

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