The company said it planned to use the undisclosed amount to expand market share for its Onvelop product, which links products such as Microsoft Office to mobile devices.
Saama Capital managing partner Suresh Shanmugham said, “Onvelop is an important solution in the enterprise marketplace that tackles a significant issue for large corporations with a tech-enabled workforce.
“AgreeYa Mobility’s partnerships with Samsung, Microsoft and Vodafone are great indicators of the opportunities that lie ahead for the company.”
Saama Capital was launched in 2006 by SVB Financial Group to invest in emerging Indian companies.
It span out as an independent firm last year.
The investor has previously backed companies including Sula Wines, Shaadi.com, iYogi, Prizm Payments, one97Communications, Bluestone.com, Naaptol, Genesis Colors and Games2Win.
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