CellSavers, the on-demand smartphone and tablet repair service, is rebranding its business to Puls and expanding its suite of services to include most smart devices in a home.
The San Francisco-based company also rounded up $25 million in new financing to help support its new marketing push and services.
In all, the company has raised $43 million in financing; that cash will help the company in its efforts to expand beyond cell phone and tablet repair to include flat screens, security cameras and voice-control and home-automation products from any manufacturer, the company said in a statement.
Despite rebranding with a name that sounds like a skin condition, Puls is smart to expand its suite of services. As the number of gadgets proliferate, consumers will need more help in…