Funding and Acquisitions Roundup: Zoomdata closes a $4.1M funding round for its mobile-friendly BI platform

By Editor July 10, 2013

By Brian Kovalesky, StartUp Beat Editor

Today’s early-stage startup funding and acquisitions news:

Business intelligence app Zoomdata has raised $4.1 million in Series A funding. Investors in the round for the Reston, Virginia-based startup include Columbus Nova Technology Partners, B7, CIT, and Razor’s Edge Ventures. The company says it will use part of the new funding to open an office in Silicon Valley as well as expand its employee count. Zoomdata focuses on making BI simple and mobile device-friendly. It was founded in 2012 by serial entrepreneur Justin Langseth, and previously raised $1.1 million in Seed funding.

Vital Stats:


HQ: Reston, Virginia

Founder: Justin Langseth (CEO)

Year Founded: 2012

Investors: Columbus Nova Technology Partners, B7, CIT, Razor’s Edge Ventures

Innovation: Business intelligence featuring real-time analytics that are easily accessible on mobile devices.

Funding: $5.2 million (Seed and Series A)

(Sources: Zoomdata, GigaOm, LinkedIn)

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