|XDATA – October 27th 2015|
|Outreach successfully completed a $9.2 million non-brokered equity financing round. A total of eight investors started to subscribe to the round a couple of months ago. The company closed four previous unregistered private placements which raised an estimated $4.11 million.|
|Outreach markets and develops a sales automation platform that empowers sales teams with intelligent marketing tools to engage customers and close more business. The cloud-based platform automates and personalizes communication to help sales teams touch every lead, opportunity, and customer with the right content at the right time. Investors include MHS Capital, Floodgate, Version One Ventures, Sarah Imbach, and Ellen Levy.|
|The company, headquartered in Seattle WA, is led by Manuel Medina (CEO). Outreach elected to keep its revenues undisclosed.
The executive team includes Andrew Kinzer, Gordon Leland Hempton and Wesley Hather.
The board of directors includes Rajeev Batra and Vijay Nagappan.
The company has raised an estimated total of $13.19 million via private unregistered security offerings.
Outreach is registered under the name ComponentLab.
Industry: Other Technology
Amount offered: $9.2 million
Amount placed: $9.08 million
SEC filing: Source
First sale: 08-25-2015
Data as of: 10-27-2015
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KiteDesk reported selling 51% or $635,000 of a new unregistered private offering. A total of seven investors subscribed on March 4th to the company’s $1.25 million non-brokered equity financing. $615,000 in additional funding can be raised before March 2015 based on the placement’s structure. The equity offering’s estimated net proceeds will amount to $950,000 which excludes $300,000 to be paid toward officers’ salaries. The company is filing for the first time a security registration exemption with the SEC.
The company designed a cloud productivity plug-in that seeks to contextualize end-user online experiences and integrates it with Salesforce. KiteDesk does this by turning websites and social platforms into programmable and searchable data streams of useful and interconnected information. The app allows users to update contacts from websites automatically into Salesforce and increase connections by inviting others to join. Tools include an algorithm that measures relationship data across social media, collaboration and client relationship management (CRM) databases for easy lead ranking.
The company, headquartered in Tampa FL, is led by John Kennedy (CEO). Kitedesk elected to keep its revenues undisclosed.
The executive team includes Jared C Rodriguez.
The board of directors includes Daniel S Aegerter, Sigmund Mosley and Stewart Bertron.
Status: First close
Amount offered: $1.25 million
Amount placed: $635,000
First sale: 03-04-2014
Data as of: 03-18-2014
Lead Intelligence, Inc., known as LeadiD, successfully closed a $1 million non-brokered financing round within a month. One investor participated to the private offering. Including this financing, the company raised an estimated $2.8 million thus far. LeadiD is backed by Genacast Ventures a seed stage firm which was the lead investor in the company’s 2012 financing round.
The company offers a platform designed to validate and certify the origin and history of lead data. In other words the platform aims at providing transparency for buyers and suppliers of lead data and offers a trusted environment where integrity related to data quality prevails. Buyers have access to high quality information and reduce their operating costs while suppliers can monetize their data at its real and intrinsic value. The company positions itself as an identifier provider for the industry where the lead id (created by LeadiD) is the key primary symbology driving data management by lead buyers.
LeadiD, headquartered in Gwynedd Valley PA, was founded in 2012 by Ross Shaken (CEO). The executive team includes Manny Wald (CTO), John Trionfo (Operations), Tom Shriver (Sales), Rob Rokoff (Business development), Malcolm McLeod (Product development), Natalie Stopko (Marketing) and Lauren Jacobson (Client development).