Minneapolis startup Docalytics joins Wisconsin accelerator

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DocalyticsMinenapolis startup Docalytics is crossing the chasm this summer for an opportunity to participate in Wisconsin’s Gener8tor startup accelerator.

Born at Startup Weekend Twin Cities 3, the Docalytics platform gives marketers a more efficient way to generate and qualify new leads, while gathering actionable information about how their prospective customers interact with their digital documents.

Over the course of the 12-week program, Gener8tor “invests its community, capital, mentorship, network and expertise into each company.” It culminates with a Launch Day event on August 29, where each entrepreneur will pitch his or her company to a crowd of community members and potential investors.

“We had over 250 applications initial, many from the Twin Cities.  We’re really looking forward to helping Docalytics grow and achieve its full potential,” said Troy Vosseller, co-founder of gener8tor.

Docalytics, which was a Minnesota Cup finalist last year, is one of five companies to participate in the class and the only Minnesota startup represented.

“Gener8tor is a great program that will allow us to connect with a wide array of mentors who can fuel our company’s growth, while helping us distill our messaging and product into something that better resonates with the marketplace. It will also give us a great chance to explore some verticals and use cases for our technology that we haven’t delved into before, and we are extremely grateful for the opportunity.” says co founder and CEO Evan Carothers.

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