Bloomington startup KeyedIn raising $2m


KeyedIn SolutionsBloomington-based tech startup KeyedIn Solutions has secured $200k of a $2m debt financing round, according to a disclosure recently filed with the SEC.

“Our cloud-based technology solutions and consulting services can help your company improve its operational and business performance with enterprise resource planning (ERP) and supply chain management (SCM) – as well as professional services automation (PSA) and project portfolio management (PPM) for professional service organizations (PSOs) and project managers.”

KeyedIn emerges in the wake of Epicocor’s sale to Apax Partners last year for $976m which left tech executives George and Lauri Klaus in search of their next big thing.  The doors opened in December on the back of some acquisitions (Minneapolis-based Datacom International and U.K.-based Atlantic Global), while CEO Lauri Klaus has stated the the goal is to hit $100m revenue within three years with the vision of once again being a public company.
KC Associates


  • Casey Allen

    “100m in 3 years”. Boom. I just wish they used more acronyms, then I’d feel like I’m more emotionally invested in their vision…