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Stewart Butterfield’s Slack Raises $30 Million


slackTechCrunch reports that Slack, a collaboration platform launched by Flickr Co-Founder Stewart Butterfield, has raised $30 million in its recent round of funding. Slack carries all your communication collectively at one place. The company has been developing quickly like a rising new star in the enterprise collaboration market. Slack earlier stated that the company had sufficient cash and was heading towards profitability. Flickr Co-Founder Stewart Butterfield had left Yahoo and started TinySpeck (a multiplayer game called Glitch) but then decided to move to tackle the enterprise market. Thus, Slack was launched as a collaboration platform that allows users to port in discussions and links from different applications such as Google Docs, Dropbox, Asana and GitHub. The goal is to monitor progress on different projects in one platform thus reducing overloading of email. Read More