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UPDATE: Mobile analytics company has raised $1 million in its first round of funding, according to a regulatory filing picked up by Reuter…

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UPDATE: Mobile analytics company has raised $1 million in its first round of funding, according to a regulatory filing picked up by Reuters. Previously, the amount was not disclosed.

Original Post: Mobile analytics company Motally has completed its first round of funding, which was led by BlueRun Ventures and joined by Ron Conway, who has also invested in Twitter. The amount was undisclosed. Founder and CEO Arte Merritt told MocoNews Motally will use the funds to scale its service and attract new customers. The company has customers in Africa, the UK, the Phillipines and the USA. Motally offers a hosted solution that is designed to address the range of devices, networks and service offerings that deliver the mobile web to provide detailed metrics. The company was founded in 2008 and has Seamus McAteer, co-founder of M:Metrics, as chief marketing officer and includes industry veterans from Yahoo (NSDQ: YHOO) Mobile, Oracle and Com2Us.

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