Tomfoolery Snags $1.7M For Mobile Software

San Francisco-based Tomfoolery, a startup developing mobile software for the enterprise, said today that it has raised $1.7M in a seed funding round. The startup--which say sit is developing "consumer-quality, mobile focused software for work" said the funding came from Morado Ventures and Sam Pullara, and also included Andreessen Horowitz, Jerry Yang , Brad Garlinghouse (YouSendIt) and David Tisch (TechStars NYC), along with other angels. Tomfoolery has not released details of their product. The firm is headed by Kakul Srivastava, former GM of Flickr & VP at Yahoo! and Sol Lipman, former VP of Mobile First at AOL. More information »