(Chief Technology Officer)
|Headquarters||Chicago, IL, USA
|Services||Cloud Data Management|
ShuttleCloud is a startup company that specializes in data import and migration software. ShuttleCloud has offices in Chicago and Madrid, Spain. The company has raised over $1 million in venture capital financing.
In 2011, ShuttleCloud was chosen to be part of the TechStars program, a startup incubator that offers seed funding and three months of mentorship for selected firms. Subsequently, the company raised a seed round of financing from High Line Venture Partners, SV Angel and other investors.
Outside of data migration services, ShuttleCloud owns Gmail Meter, a free tool that analyzes inbox statistics. Gmail Meter has been featured by the official Gmail Blog and various other news sources such as TechCrunch, Time Magazine, and Engadget..
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