PageCloud is a software as a service, a cloud-based web development platform and a drag and drop website builder. The platform allows individuals and businesses to create and maintain websites. PageCloud was founded by Chief Executive Officer Craig Fitzpatrick and is headquartered in Ottawa, Canada. In 2015, PageCloud was a finalist in the TechCrunch Disrupt Startup Battlefield.
Craig Fitzpatrick at TechCrunch Disrupt. PageCloud was founded in 2014 and officially launched in May 2015 by Craig Fitzpatrick at TechCrunch Disrupt. For seed funding he relied on other companies, including Shopify CEO Tobias Lütke. Fitzpatrick created the initial software Source Metrics, where he became frustrated with how difficult it was to build and run a website. During its pre-sale period, the company surpassed $ 1 million in pre-orders, selling 10,000 licenses before the platform was made available.
In November 2016, PageCloud closed a $ 4 million Series A round, bringing the company’s total funding to about $ 8.5 million. The company has grown to over 15,000 paying users from 130 countries.
PageCloud provides customizable templates and a drag and drop HTML website builder that includes apps, graphics, image galleries, fonts, and more. Additionally, PageCloud features a customizable mobile editor that allows users to optimize their sites for mobile viewing.
E-commerce, live chat, and video.
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