Jeff Pulver and Jacob Ner-David put their collective VoIP experience together when they started Zula; Pulver worked with Vonage while Ner-David spent time with Deltathree. Yesterday, the two communications focused entrepreneurs received $3 million in Series A funding for their collective, Israel based startup.
Participants in the funding round include Doug Pauly, Ourcrowd, Nathan Low, and Morton Meyerson of 2M. Microsoft Ventures was also part of the funding, which isn’t a huge surprise considering they donated an undisclosed amount to Zula for a previous seed funding round.
The Zula app is billed as a cross-platform team communications app, and it’s only been around since July 2013. For being around for just under a year, they sure have put a sizeable dent in the funding arena bringing in $4.1 million to date.