Online data integration startup SnapLogic has raised another $10 million in funding, according to a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
I’ve emailed SnapLogic’s public relations team for confirmation and details and will update if I hear back. The company previously raised $4.8 million in funding from a number of high-profile investors, including Andreessen Horowitz (run by Netscape co-founder Marc Andreessen and Ben Horowitz), “super angel” firm Floodgate (previously known as Maples Investments), and Epinions co-founder Naval Ravikant. The filing doesn’t list any new board members, so it’s hard to speculate about who led the new round.
SnapLogic says it’s “transforming the integration market with its innovative, open, and extensible DataFlow architecture and straightforward subscription model.” Basically, it offers a way for businesses to pull data from a variety of online sources — for example, customers could take data from sales tool SugarCRM and turn it into an RSS feed that salespeople can read on their phones.
The San Mateo, Calif. company recently opened an app store for third-party applications.