Video-conferencing service ViVu announced on Tuesday that it has raised $3 million in a Series A round of funding that was led by Inventus Capital Partners. Draper Fisher Jurvetson and Quest Ventures also participated in the round.
ViVu's service enables users to create, publish, and manage video-conferencing events from the site. Users can access the meeting from a PC, Mac, or smartphone. According to the company, its software doesn't require any "proprietary downloads." ViVu said in a statement that it hopes its service will be used for "online meetings, sales presentations, training sessions, and large … Read more