Page Vault raises more venture funding
The Chicago-based company's software is used by law firms to capture web pages as evidence. Founded in 2013 by former Motorola researcher Jeff Eschbach, Page Vault is based at Catapult and has 14 employees.
The financing was led by Irish Angels, which also led a prior $1.5 million round, alongside Pritzker Group Venture Capital, Wintrust Ventures and Ringleader Ventures, as well as Boston-based Foley Ventures and Milwaukee-based Golden Angels and Meridian Street Ventures in Indianapolis. Eschbach said he turned away some investors.
Appcast Raises $5 Million in Latest Round of Financing
Appcast, a Lebanon, NH based pay-per-applicant job ad exchange, announced that it has received $5 million in new funding to further drive the company's growth in developing technology solutions for the talent acquisition industry.
CargoSense Completes Seed Round Offering By Raising $2.5 Million
CargoSense, a Virginia-based smart data and MicroAnalytics Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) company focused on supply chain logistics, today announced that it has had a final close on its seed round, bringing total investment proceeds to $2.5 million. CargoSense has built a comprehensive data capture and analytics platform that provides unprecedented insight into supply chain logistics for the pharmaceutical, cold chain, and refrigerated storage industries.
Legal-Software Startup Raises $1.3 million
Legal software startup, PageVault, raises $1.3 million from IrishAngels and a number of other Chicago-based investors. PageVault’s founder, Jeff Eschbach is on a mission to save attorneys time and money through his new web-based software platform. Page Vault allows users to digitally capture articles from websites and social media in an automated, secure manner.
Irish Wallets Open for Chicago Startups
IrishAngels is one of several alumni-affiliated investment groups that have become important sources of startup capital in Chicago. The two-year old group of individual investors who are University of Notre Dame alums invested $1 million in three companies during the third quarter of 2014. Investments included Chicago-based UpCity and HearHere Radio and St. Louis-based Coolfire Solutions.