Application development company Trackvia has received a $7.1 million boost for its platform that enables businesses to create custom apps.
The platform seeks to replace IT departments or the necessity of hiring a third party developer. “Non-technical business people” can build and deploy their own apps, for anything from HR management to industry-specific, purpose-driven apps. The tools are sold as part of a monthly subscription plan and can be used by small startups, non-profits, and large corporations alike.
Case studies include Gannett Healthcare Group, which built a customer support system on Trackvia, and the Atlanta Chapter of Toys for Tots’ volunteer-management app.
The company was founded in 2006 and is based in Denver, Colo. It has 15,000 users across 14 companies and has helped develop 6,000 custom apps.
This is its second round of funding, led by Longworth Venture Partners and Fairhaven Capital. Existing investors Access Venture Partners, Flywheel Ventures, Draper Associates, and Allen & Company, also participated.
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