Meeting productivity platform Do has wowed its particular corner of the market with two announcements. One, it has raised $2 million in seed funding. Two, it's integrating with Microsoft Office 365.
It is, in short, a heady day for a company not quite a year old but with excellent tech pedigree.
Do launched in July 2014 with backing from SherpaVentures, SherpaFoundry and Salesforce and headed by Jason Shah, previously a product manager at Yammer.
Its target was the $37 billion worth of knowledge worker productivity lost to bad meetings every year, a target it attacked with a novel mix of tools for users to take meeting notes, share files, assign tasks, and send out meeting summaries.
To date its approach has clearly resonated: more than 5,000 companies are using the platform, including employees from Costco, Domino's, the United States government.