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Kurt Kolb

Stealth software startup iTegris, founded by former Microsoft VP Kurt Kolb and former Microsoft GM Tom Phillips, has raised more than $4.6 million in equity funding, according to an SEC filing today.

The filing marks the first time the startup has shown up on the radar. Based in Bellevue, iTegris says in its online site description that its focus will be “helping companies to effectively manage their software and IP assets.”

We’ve left a message with Kolb to see if the company is wiling to give any more hints about its direction or plans.

On the surface, it’s an interesting combination of two Microsoft veterans.

Kolb, most recently an entrepreneur in residence at venture capital firm Ignition Partners, previously held Microsoft roles in areas including the company’s relationships with PC makers and its business in emerging nations. Phillips’ roles at Microsoft included responsibilities for the company’s Windows Automotive and Global Services divisions.

Cameron Myhrvold of Ignition and Nick Sturiale of Jafco Ventures are listed as directors in the filing.

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