FORT MYERS, FL – CallMiner Inc. has raised $1.96 million of an equity funding targeted at $4 million, according to a regulatory filing.
Investors in the company include Sigma Partners, Boston; Intersouth Partners, Durham, NC; Village Ventures, Williamstown, MA; and In-Q-Tel, the U.S. Intelligence venture arm based in Arlington, VA, and Inflextion Partners, Florida.
Founded in 2002, CallMiner sells enterprise speech analytics software. The company disclosed the raise in a filing with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.
Its clients include Continental Airline, Daimler Financial Services, and Comcast, among others.
The company raised an C round in an undisclosed amount in March, 2009, a $10 million B round in 2006 and a $2.8 million A round in 2004.
CallMiner presented at Tech Media’s 2010 Southeast Venture Conference.
For TechJournal South’s profile of the company in Feb. 2010 see:
To contact TechJournal South Editor & Writer Allan Maurer: Allan at TechJournalSouth dot com.
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