By Garrett Reim November 11, 2016 (Featured in Los Angeles Business Journal)
Secure text messaging app company TigerText of Santa Monica has raised a $50 million Series C round.
TigerText has raised $81.1 million, since it was founded in 2010, according to CrunchBase.
TigerText’s mobile phone, Apple Watch and desktop software allow doctors and nurses to text medical information about patients without running afoul of patient privacy laws. The app maintains privacy with such features as self-destructing messages, message recall and secure file transfer. The company’s TigerText Connect platform can also be integrated into other company’s software as a secure messaging add-on.
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