- Funding Received
- $9 Million in 4 Rounds from 9 Investors
- Most Recent Funding
- $7.1 Million Series B on September 24, 2012
- Denver, CO
- Radically fast & easy way to build mobile and web applications with clicks, not code. Ideal for CRM, inventory, projects, & more.
- Matt McAdams, Chris Basham
- Mobile Software Tools, Application Platforms, Databases, Software
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TrackVia is a radically faster & easier way to build mobile and web applications. We empower business people to quickly build custom apps to run their departments or their entire business with no programming required.
We refer to building apps with clicks, not code and deploying apps in days, not months. These mobile and web applications are tailored exactly to your business needs and are a fraction of the cost of heavier enterprise apps. More than 2,500 businesses in 15 countries rely on TrackVia. Join the Citizen Developer revolution at www.trackvia.com.
Current Team (4)Update
Funding Rounds (4) - $7.1MUpdate
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