3 #DCTech Startups Raise Money, Acceleprise Announces 3rd Class, Fortify Graduates 2nd Class

In the News: DC

TrackMaven has officially launched after raising $1.25M from AOL Ventures and a group of angel investors. The startup develops software that helps companies easily organize and track their competitors’ marketing efforts. Source: Potomac Tech Wire

Acceleprise has announced their 3rd class of enterprise-focused startups:

  1. Apozy: develops a gamified security awareness product
  2. Aprefis: combines pricing, revenue management, and game theory with big data to find optimal prices for products and services.
  3. Helpjuice: knowledge-based tool helps companies save millions in customer support by providing customers with instant answers to questions.
  4. ResolutionTube: combines a remote troubleshooting platform with a social knowledge management platform.
  5. DivvyCloud: helps companies optimize, simplify, and control their cloud-based IT infrastructure.
  6. LiveRe: makes it easy for brands, marketers, and online media to bring engaging, social experiences to websites.
  7. WorkAmerica: partners with companies to develop and implement customized employee training programs.
  8. Encore: helps brands effectively collect, manage, and repurpose customer-generated content.
  9. PointWorthy: Allows loyalty reward plan members to donate loyalty points to any charity of their choice.

Source: Washington Business Journal

Fortify Ventures’ second class graduated last week: Congrats to (Leg)Cyte, RidePost, Snob Swap, TripTribe, and TrendPo! Source: Fortify.vc

In the News: Maryland

React Labs has landed $100,000 in funding from the Maryland Innovation Initiative. Founded by University of Maryland professor Philip Resnik, the startup’s mobile app facilitates real-time polling during live and televised events. Source: PRNewswire

In the News: Virginia

Canvas Solutions has raised $4M from Osage Venture Partners and other investors. Their DIY-app builder kit allows users to re-create paper forms on a smart phone or tablet. Source: Washington Business Journal

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