Pageonce Raises $15 Million to Build Apps to Help People Manage Their Bills

Pageonce, a company that has created a way for consumers to track where they spend their money, has a little more money to spend themselves. The Palo Alto, Calif.-based company has raised $15 million, bringing its total raised to $25 million. The round was led by Morgenthaler Ventures with participation from Pitango Ventures and Pageonce’s Chairman Liron Petrushka. Already, 4.5 million use the ad-supported smartphone apps to track bills and bank account balances. The money will be used for adding new features, hiring and to boost consumer awareness.


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