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Urgent.ly
Private
Industry Auto
Headquarters Vienna, Virginia, United States
Number of employees
70
Website www.geturgently.com

Urgent.ly is a roadside assistance technology company. The company is based in Vienna, Virginia and was founded by Ric Fleisher, Surendra Goel, Luke Kathol, Lokesh Kumar, Rick Robinson, and Chris Spanos.

Mobile app[edit]

The app connects users with roadside assistance providers. Users pay the service providers directly through the app.[1] The app is available on Android and iOS. The app was chosen to be added to the AT&T Drive platform for connected cars.[1][2] Urgent.ly partnered with MapQuest in November 2014.[3] [4]

Funding[edit]

In April 2014, CIT Gap Funds and Blu Venture invested $525,000 seed funding into Urgent.ly.[5] [6] [7] In October 2014, Select Venture Partners invested $1.2 million pre-Series A funding with contributions from CIT Gap Funds and Blu Venture.[8] [9] [10] In September 2015 Allianz Digital Corporate Ventures, Verizon Ventures and Forte Ventures invested a $7 million Series A round [11]In October 2017 American Tire Distributors, Verizon Ventures and Forté Ventures invested $10 million in Series B round. [12]

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