Webware Radar: Freshbooks gets Outright integration

Also: Outright has inked a deal with FreshBooks; PropertyShark has better mapping data thanks to Maponics; and mobile advertising network Greystripe has raised $5.5 million in funding.

Outright, an online service that allows self-employed individuals to manage their bookkeeping, has inked a deal with FreshBooks, an online invoicing and time tracking service, that will allow Outright users to import invoices and payments from FreshBooks. Once users signs up, they can set up automatic syncing between the applications and all income and expense information will be downloaded immediately to Outright. The feature is available now and requires registration for both services.

PropertyShark, a provider of real estate data and listings, announced recently that it has formed a partnership with Maponics to provide the underlying boundary data for its neighborhood searching feature. Thanks to this agreement, users will now be able to search and find neighborhoods in over 20 major U.S. markets. The maps will include price history, ownership information, zoning, permits, and violations filed on the property, liens, tax assessments, previous owners, and more. The new feature is available now.

Mobile game advertising network Greystripe, announced Wednesday that it has secured $5.5 million in Series C funding in a round that was led by Incubic Venture Capital, Steamboat Ventures, and Monitor Ventures. According to the company, it will use the funding to increase its presence online and improve its offering.

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