Deals

Intellinote takes $4.3M to take workforce management to the cloud

Grotech and Boulder Ventures have put $4.3 million into Intellinote, a startup that’s all about putting big old enterprise functions in the cloud.

In this specific case, we’re talking about workforce operations management and collaborative workflows. The technology is, in the words of the company, “a simple and effective place for individuals and teams to capture notes, turn them into actions, and get work done anytime, anywhere, from any device.”

Intellinote says via email that it will use the new cash for marketing/sales, hiring, and development.

The deal will also bring two new additions to the Intellinote board: Grotech’s Don Rainey and Boulder’s Jonathan Perl.

“COOs and team leaders realize that today’s modern, mobile workforce needs a better way to capture notes, tasks, files, and other information, keep staff productive, and ensure team members are on the same page, even if they’re physically dispersed,” said Intellinote CEO Bill Welch in a statement on the news.

“We’re honored that after just one year, over 1,000 diverse companies are using Intellinote to execute everyday projects, manage collaborative workflows, and build valuable knowledge libraries to drive workforce efficiency and productivity.

Intellinote was founded in 2013 and is based in Reston, Va. in the Dulles tech corridor. The company previously raised a $500,000 seed round.