San Francisco – Taptera, a San Francisco-based developer of mobile business apps for the iPhone and iPad, said on Wednesday it has landed $2 million in its first round of funding.
Prominent Silicon Valley investor Terence Garnett led the round, which also included participation from salesforce.com and individuals such as M.R. Rangaswami and David Murphy.
Taptera said it will use the funding to expand its portfolio of apps for sales, operations, collaboration and creativity. The company’s first app, called Colleagues, is a mobile employee directory that will be unveiled this fall.