Selligy, a startup offering a mobile platform designed for salespeople in the field, has secured $2.8m in series A backing led by venture firm Draper Fisher Jurvetson.

Also participating in the round were Stanford-based and sales startup-focused incubator Alchemist Accelerator, online sales platform, and several angel investors.

The firm intends to use the cash to accelerate the rollout of its sales platform whilst scaling up company operations and developing support for other mobile platforms.

Nilay Patel, co-founder and chief…

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