SeamlessDocs, a government cloud-based technology developer, has collected $7.5m in its funding round,
SJF Ventures led the fund alongside Motorola Solutions, Entrepreneur Roundtable Accelerator, NY State Innovation Ventures, CapRock, and private investors.
Founded in 2011, the company develops SaaS solutions for governments to help automate a range of paper processes. There are three products offered by the company: SeamlessDocs, Service Center and Government Relationship Manager.
Governments are able to make uploaded PDFs accessible to mobiles and digital signatures, creating better online forms. Custome portals and dashboards and visitor experiences can be implemented to ensure better interaction and communications between workers and the general public.
SeamlessPay is another offering from the company and can help governments to process digital payments without any processing fees. Collection of payments can be automated, with the technology able to calculate the amount owed through the documents or forms completed.
This equity will be used to further the investment in to its technology to evolve the way governments work.
SJF Ventures principal Daniel Geballe said, “SeamlessDocs’ combination of technical talent and authentic passion for government efficiency has led to a product suite that is not only technologically sophisticated, but also meticulously tailored to the needs of its government customer base.”
This new line of funding brings the company total equity raises to $18.5m.
Earlier in the month, Conga acquired the web-based document creation platform Octiv, for an undisclosed amount. Conga builds software to automate the document processes for invoices and contracts this new acquisition will help to enhance these services.
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