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Fontacto

Google Voice for Business @ Latin America. SaaS phone system that helps SMBs sound professional & route calls to any landline mobile & skype

  • Stage Full Product Ready
  • Industry Telecommunications
  • Location Mountain View, CA, USA
  • Currency USD
  • Founded February 2012
  • Employees 4
  • Website fontacto.com

Company Summary

Fontacto is a cloud based phone system that provides a single point of contact and helps businesses to sound bigger and route their calls to any mobile, landline or skype. It's a working product with recurring paying customers on a virgin market. It's like the US before the fortunes made with GrandCentral (later Google Voice), Ring Central or Grasshopper on a market where telecom is among the most complex and expensive in the world.

Team

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    Joaquin Martinez
    CEO

    Ex-Microsoft, part of the team that signed the approval for Windows 8. He designed & implemented the architecture of Fontacto to receive process and store thousands of calls from different countries.

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    Ricardo Cacique
    COO

    Designed the high availability voice, network and cloud infrastructure. It provides a highly available service at a very low used by hundreds of users every day. Now in charge of fundraising.

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    Daniel Martinez

    In charge of the Mexican FCC license. He deals with phone carriers in several countries.

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    Antonio del Rio

    In charge of partnerships. ACM Latin America Former President (college chapter sponsored by IBM).

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    David Hauser
    Advisor

    Co-founder at Grasshopper (leading virtual phone system in the US) David has experience with building a US telecom company from the ground up (to success).

Advisors

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    Gunderson Dettmer
    Lawyer
    Unconfirmed

Previous Investors

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    Mexican VC
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    500 Startups
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    Andre Charland (Sold phonegap to Adobe in 2011)
    Unconfirmed