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  • WriteThat.Name’s New Chrome Extension Updates Your Address Book Or CRM With Contact Info Found Online

    WriteThat.Name’s New Chrome Extension Updates Your Address Book Or CRM With Contact Info Found Online

    After a little bit of a rough start, the automatic address book updating service WriteThat.Name has become one of my preferred “set it and forget it” tools for keeping things organized. Built by Paris-based Kwaga, WriteThat.Name is one of those under-the-radar technologies that doesn’t get a lot of media attention, but is slowly approaching profitability with more than… Read More

  • Seedcamp graduate Kwaga raises $1.55 million for 'email assistant' WriteThat.Name

    Kwaga, a Paris, France-based startup that specializes in tools to make email ‘smarter’ by leveraging semantic technology, has raised $1.55 million in Series A funding. The company, which received seed funding from Seedcamp and Kima Ventures after its founding in 2008, raised the money from unnamed private investors, advised by investment consultancy firm Financière Fonds… Read More

  • Seedcamp graduate Kwaga raises $1.55 million for ’email assistant’ WriteThat.Name

    Kwaga, a Paris, France-based startup that specializes in tools to make email ‘smarter’ by leveraging semantic technology, has raised $1.55 million in Series A funding. The company, which received seed funding from Seedcamp and Kima Ventures after its founding in 2008, raised the money from unnamed private investors, advised by investment consultancy firm Financière Fonds Privés. Read More

  • Seedcamp Graduate Kwaga Raises $1.55M For ‘Email Assistant’ WriteThat.Name

    Seedcamp Graduate Kwaga Raises $1.55M For ‘Email Assistant’ WriteThat.Name

    Kwaga, a Paris, France-based startup that specializes in tools to make email ‘smarter’ by leveraging semantic technology, has raised $1.55 million in Series A funding. The company, which received seed funding from Seedcamp and Kima Ventures after its founding in 2008, raised the money from unnamed private investors. Read more at TechCrunch Europe. Read More

  • Kwaga launches WriteThat.Name to semantically update Gmail contacts

    Kwaga, which offers a semantic toolkit to help manage email, has launched WriteThat.Name, a new product designed to help users keep their Gmail contacts up-to-date. It does this by employing semantic technology to read the email signatures of incoming messages, noting any changes to included contact details. After all, if a contact changes their phone number or place of work, for example… Read More

  • Kwaga partners with Viadeo to add professional profiles to its semantic email filter

    Kwaga, which offers a semantic toolkit to help manage email, is partnering with LinkedIn competitor Viadeo to make the social network’s 30m user profiles available within Gmail, with other email services to follow. Specifically, Viadeo support is being rolled out first for Kwaga Context so that a sender’s Viadeo profile (if available) will be displayed, as well as other… Read More

  • 1st in Europe – Kwaga BirdsEye gets Gmail OAuth support

    [France] Kwaga, which offers a semantic email organiser, has announced that users of its Kwaga Birdseye product can log in without handing over their Gmail password. That’s because the service now supports Google’s newly rolled out implementation of the OAuth standard, a first for a European company, says Kwaga. The Paris-based startup was a third-party developer tester and worked… Read More

  • Kwaga Turns Its Semantic Email Organiser Into A Desktop Widget

    Kwaga, which offers a semantic search-based solution to help manage email, has launched a new desktop widget. It replaces Kwaga’s existing Firefox add-on, which is being discontinued, following a 6 month Beta testing period that saw nearly 2 million emails analysed, says the company. Dubbed Kwaga BirdsEye, the Windows/Mac OS app keeps an eye on your in-box and attempts to single out the… Read More

  • Semantic search-based email filter Kwaga dumps Firefox add-on for desktop widget

    [France] Paris-based startup Kwaga, which offers a semantic search-based solution to help manage email, has launched a new desktop widget. It replaces Kwaga’s existing Firefox add-on, which is being discontinued, following a 6 month Beta testing period that saw nearly 2 million emails analysed, says the company. Dubbed Kwaga BirdsEye, the Windows/Mac OS app keeps an eye on your in-box… Read More