ActiveTrak Funded by ProtectCell

Portland, OR-based ActiveTrak, a maker of software that helps consumers recover lost or stolen laptops and mobile phones, announced this week it has raised its first round of funding, led by strategic investor ProtectCell, a mobile security and insurance firm based in Michigan. The investment is $500,000, as reported by TechFlash. ActiveTrak (formerly known as GadgetTrak) has been operating since 2007 and is led by founder Ken Westin.

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