Minnesota B2b startup Docalytics has raised $300k while nearing another $200k to hit a $500k target close.
The venture was born during Startup Weekend Twin Cities 3 [formerly Tinderdocs] and continued to iterate and grow, becoming a 2012 Minnesota Cup finalist followed by three months inside Wisconsin’s Gener8tor program.
The company’s plugin-free document viewer makes PDF content readable and sharable across web/mobile/tablet environments while enabling lead capture and conversion through usage data collection and reporting. In this nifty example, scrolling past page three prompts ‘a required action’, which in this case, involves providing a company name and title to continue.
Docalytics current co-investors include Tony Abena (Minnesota), CSA Partners (Milwaukee), Gener8tor (Milwaukee) and Confluence Capital Partners (Minnesota) which penned an elaboration calling CEO and founder Evan Carothers “A rare breed.”
“We are truly excited to be building a company in the Midwest after coming out of a strong, Midwest rooted accelerator and with so many great investment groups backing our vision,” Carothers says, noting that with this round comes dual Minneapolis and Milwaukee offices.
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