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We are an experienced team of enterprise software executives out to change how mobile work works. We are backed by Salesforce.com, Citrix, and the Alchemist Accelerator. 

 

Ryan Nichols, CEO

Four-time entrepreneur, passionate about improving how people work. Led user growth at Podio (sold to Citrix) and product at Appirio. Background doing strategy at SAP, product at Intuit, consulting at McKinsey, and an MBA at Stanford. (LinkedIn)

 

Marlin Scott, CTO

Mobile architect and platform builder. Led mobile apps at Appirio. Co-founder and CTO of Kailea Networks (issued a patent on inline IT management). Co-founder of Riscorian Networking. BS in Computer Science from University of California, Davis. (LinkedIn)

 

Matthew Beebe, Design & UX

Software user experience designer. Product design work at IDEO, WebOS, the Rockmelt browser, and Reputation.com. Member Kleiner Perkins "Design Council." (LinkedIn)

 

Tom Kier,
Mobile Engineer

Experienced mobile software developer. Building calendar, phone, and message apps for mobile since 2000, at mobile leaders like Palm and Nokia. Issued a patent on mobile contacts, patents filed on mobile tasks and calendars.  (LinkedIn)

 

Joe Malandruccolo,
Mobile Engineer

User-focused mobile software developer. Managed projects for Mercer Consulting’s Sales Performance Practice. M.S. Computer Science, University of Chicago. (LinkedIn)

 

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Tylr Mobile in the news

Tylr Mobile is turning the mobile inbox into a connected platform for mobile work. They’ve built an app that helps workers be productive on the go, a platform to meet the unique needs of each enterprise, and connectors to the systems that businesses need to run.
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At Salesforce’s upcoming conference, Dreamforce, Tylr will announce plans to bring the WorkinBox service to more iPhone-wielding sales teams using Salesforce and Gmail. Tylr is also looking to partner with chief information officers at large companies.
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Cracking this enterprise mobility nut is Tylr Mobile. This San Mateo, California based startup has brought hope to disconnected sales road warriors. They’ve launched WorkinBox, a new mobile email inbox for salespeople connected to salesforce.com (now the market leading CRM).
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The first iPhone app WorkinBox is a mobile inbox for salespeople, and neatly integrates with email and Salesforce customer relationship management system. In future, the company will also plug in your calendar (personal and professional) and marketing automation tools, but CEO Ryan Nichols views email as an “untapped starting point.”
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Salespeople can sort their inbox by opportunity size, and access the information and files they need to resolve customer questions. They can turn messages into actionable tasks, and update salesforce.com as they work. It is designed to help bring value to sales organizations that spend $12 billion a year on CRM systems that don’t get used, especially on the go.
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In particular, because the iOS email app organizes messages in chronological order, important messages from or about clients are often buried under irrelevant work messages or spam. Salespeople find themselves jumping back and forth between a mobile CRM app and their email inbox to figure out what's up with a particular client -- not a great workflow when you're on the road. Tylr Mobile aims to fix that with a new app called WorkinBox., which debuts on Wednesday at DEMO Mobile.
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I was given a sneak preview of the product and I have to say it’s user experience is exquisite.
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Tylr Mobile today announced WorkinBox, a new mobile email inbox for salespeople connected to salesforce.com. WorkinBox is launching in beta at DEMO Mobile 2013, an event highlighting the best new mobile technologies based on design, innovation and market potential.
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The Alchemist Group is a new, venture-backed initiative focused on accelerating the development of seed-stage enterprise startups. Backers include Cisco Systems, Draper Fisher Jurvetson, Khosla Ventures, SAP Ventures and US Venture Partners. The group has its roots out of the Harvard Club in San Francisco and targets technical co-founders and students from Ivy League and other high-caliber universities.
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We have different needs than guys in a garage building a social game,” said Ryan Nichols, founder of Tylr Mobile, a startup targeting sales professionals that raised $500,000 last month.
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About half of Tylr's investment comes in a convertible note from Citrix, which generally invests about $250,000 to start, and the other half comes from the Alchemist Accelerator in Palo Alto, Calif., with individual angels from SAP, Oracle and Salesforce.com contributing, he said.
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Citrix's most recent investment, Tylr Mobile, which raised $500,000, will organize and filter information for people through a specific "tile" or lens, starting with email, according to Chief Executive Ryan Nichols. Mr. Nichols' previous company, Podio, which made a social corporate workspace, was acquired by Citrix in April, and Mr. Nichols quickly started work on Tylr Mobile.
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Tylr Mobile is a startup in stealth mode that’s building a better way for business users to work on a smartphone or tablet device. Two accelerators have selected it, and it has received investments from individuals at companies such as SAP, Salesforce.com, and Oracle. In just over a month since the founders began working on the product full time, Tylr has pulled in $500,000 in seed funding. It is set to launch its first product in the first quarter of 2013.
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