actiongridBoxer, an inbox management app, has landed $3 million seed stage funding led by Sutter Hill Ventures.
Boxer, formerly known as TaskBox, has integrated its platform with Box, Dropbox, LinkedIn and Facebook.
It expects to announce more strategic partnerships later on this year.
“As mobile devices have become our primary means of receiving and reading email, users have become increasingly frustrated with the primitive experiences provided by stock email apps,” Andrew Eye, CEO and Co-Founder of Boxer, said in a news statement. “Now, with the backing from Sutter Hill Ventures, Boxer can continue to execute on our strategy of extending the mobile mail experience with relevant third party information and interactions.”
boxer-logo-blackBoxer is available for free from the Apple iTunes App store.
Taskbox, founded in 2012, raised $600,000 in seed stage funding from angel investors with the Central Texas Angel Network previously. The company merged with Boxer last May and has rebranded itself Boxer.