Helpshift Raises $10 Million to Aid Mobile Game Companies

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VentureBeat reports that Helpshift has raised $10 Million in its Venture Capital Round of Funding. The funding round was led by Intel Capital with participation from Visionnaire Ventures, and existing investors True Ventures and Nexus Venture Partners. Helpshift helps mobile game publishers like Supercell deal with millions of customer service enquiries by intercepting over 90 percent of those enquiries before they ever reach an individual.

helpshift150logoVentureBeat reports that Helpshift has raised $10 Million in its Venture Capital Round of Funding. The funding round was led by Intel Capital with participation from Visionnaire Ventures, and existing investors True Ventures and Nexus Venture Partners. Helpshift helps mobile game publishers like Supercell deal with millions of customer service enquiries by intercepting over 90 percent of those enquiries before they ever reach an individual. San Francisco-based Helpshift, which was the frontrunner of last year’s Innovation Showdown at the MobileBeat 2013 conference, has made a platform for customer service on mobile devices. Supercell, the creator of popular games like Clash of Clans, utilizes the platform to deal with millions of customers. Read More

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