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CloudMine just tacked on another $2.25 million to its Series A, bringing that round up to $7.25 million.
It was a debt round, compared to initial Series A raise, which was an equity round.
Existing investors participated in the additional fundraising, said CEO Brendan McCorkle. It was local investor Safeguard Scientifics that led the enterprise mobile platform’s Series A.
“We extended our Series A to more heavily invest in our healthcare customers’ security and compliance concerns they bring,” McCorkle said via text Wednesday evening.
He also hinted at “something big” the company was working on but couldn’t share any more than that.
CloudMine now employs 30, up from 20 in the spring of 2015.-30-
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