Origami Logic in process of folding up $8M in funding

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“Big data” company Origami Logic has raised almost $8 million of a $9.7 million round, according to an SEC filing. The investors listed are partners at Accel Partners, Ping Li and Jake Flomenberg.

The company is still in stealth mode, and the website does not offer much background beyond “Origami Logic is developing a new, disruptive category of visual analytics products for business users.”

The technology apparently organizes unstructured data across multiple platforms.

Both Li and Flomenberg work with Accel’s Big Data Fund, a $100 million pool established in 2011. Other investments from this fund include Code 42 Software, RelateIQ, and Vigilent. This is Origami Logic’s first institutional round of funding. The company is based in Redwood City, Calif.

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