Zettics, the mobile analytics startup led by former Qpass exec Sterling Wilson, has raised an additional $6.7 million, according to a SEC filing. The company confirmed the amount in the filing, and said more details would be available about the deal in the coming weeks.
Formed through the merger of GroundTruth and Umber Systems, Zettics touts its service as “big data for carriers.” The company is expanding, recently opening offices in London and Singapore.
“The explosive growth of data services in Europe and Asia has driven an increased demand for world-class big data mobile analytics,” Wilson said in a statement in May. We are excited to open offices in London and Singapore to support customers and accelerate growth in the regions.”
According to the SEC filing, Zettics could raise up to $9.7 million. Previous backers of the company have included North Bridge Venture Partners, Steamboat Ventures, Voyager Capital, Emergence Capital and OPENAIR Equity Partners.