Microsoft Announces The First Two Startups Under Bing Fund Program

Microsoft Bing Fund team today announced the first two startups that will be part of this new program. The two startups are Buddy Platform and Pinion Tech.

Buddy, based in Kirkland, Washington, provides a fully hosted and managed toolset of web services for application development, plus rich analytics about application usage. The Buddy Platform considerably reduces the amount of time mobile and web application developers spend writing, testing, and managing server-side code. Its cross-platform APIs support common scenarios such as user accounts, friends and group lists, messaging and chat, geo-location services, photo albums, metadata, gaming, push notifications and crash reporting.

Located in Bellevue, Pinion originally hails from Australia. Pinion’s mission is to support the online gaming ecosystem, helping gaming communities worldwide generate revenue by placing gamer-targeted interactive advertising on their servers. More than 300 gaming communities are already part of the Pinion family, and major advertisers have included Sony, XBOX, McDonald’s, Chevrolet, Budweiser, Warner Brothers and Adidas.

Read more about these companies here. 

via: Bing

Some links in the article may not be viewable as you are using an AdBlocker. Please add us to your whitelist to enable the website to function properly.