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Software firm Netonomy gets $15 million

Netonomy said Wednesday it received a $15 million third round of funding from lead investor Europatweb, an Internet arm of Groupe Arnault. Other participants included previous investors Atlas Venture, Fidelity Ventures and Viventures--bringing the company's total funding to $25 million. Netonomy, based in Boston and Paris, will use the funds to develop its customer managed relationship software, MyNetonomy, for the communications industry. The company's software allows customers to activate new subscriptions, buy new services and manage bills over the Internet. See complete list.

Netonomy said Wednesday it received a $15 million third round of funding from lead investor Europatweb, an Internet arm of Groupe Arnault. Other participants included previous investors Atlas Venture, Fidelity Ventures and Viventures--bringing the company's total funding to $25 million. Netonomy, based in Boston and Paris, will use the funds to develop its customer managed relationship software, MyNetonomy, for the communications industry. The company's software allows customers to activate new subscriptions, buy new services and manage bills over the Internet.

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