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California-based Accompany (virtual chief of staff) that develops a web and mobile based network and relationship management application that integrates users email, contacts and social feeds, has closed its alpha phase and is launching its beta program. Accompany has started accepting beta registrations and is allowing alpha users to invite friends. The company has also received a funding of $20.6 million from ICONIQ Capital, Charles River Ventures (CRV) and Cowboy Ventures. The company’s alpha users have been working on it since the last three years and have offered feedback and insights for new features. It will be a closure for users like AMD Board Member Nora Denzel; Cowboy Venture’s Aileen Lee; Splunk Chairman Godfrey Sullivan; Dunkin’ Brands Director Irene Chang Britt; BareMinerals Founder Leslie Blodgett and numerous other C-suite executives, VPs, venture capitalists, professors, founders, and board members of private and public companies. Amy Chang, CEO and Co-Founder of Accompany said:
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