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SkyKick, a Seattle startup designed to help businesses easily move to Office 365, confirmed with GeekWire that it has raised $1.1 million. The company will continue investing in research and development, build out its cloud technology platform and serve its small business customer base.

SkyKick is formerly known as CloudVisors, which launched in April 2011. The company renamed itself this past April. At the time, here’s what the SkyKick wrote in a blog post:

“With that goal in mind, we’ve focused on Office 365 because we believe that it is truly revolutionary that the same technology that Coca-Cola or P&G uses is now available and affordable to any small business.”

Companies can sign up with SkyKick for $3.99 per user per month. Last June, SkyKick was a finalist for Microsoft’s Office 365 Innovation Partner of the Year.

The company is run by president and co-founder Todd Schwartz, who was previously a former Microsoft online services product manager for seven years. Evan Richman, another former Microsoftie, is the other founder.

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