Madison health IT startup Catalyze recently raised $6.5 million in funding. The growing Madison company does cloud computing for hospitals, facilitating communication between their electronic systems and other digital health companies. Catalyze will use the new funds to expand their team and develop new products that will help the broader healthcare industry use data to analyze the quality of health care their customers receive. You can read more about Catalyze here.
Catalyze recently completed a $4M funding round. The company previously raised a $2M Series A round following completion of the gener8tor accelerator program in 2013. Catalyze provides HIPAA-compliant cloud computing services for the healthcare industry.
More information can be found on Xconomy here.
Graduates from Wisconsinâ€™s premier startup accelerator program will pitch their companies to an audience of investors and fellow entrepreneurs tonight (August 29), at gener8tor‘s Launch Day event in Milwaukee.
The 5 high-tech startups in the Summer 2013 class received capital, mentorship, and connections throughout the 12 week gener8tor program. The Launch Day event will feature 5 minute pitches by the companies, as well as a keynote by serial entrepreneur Brian Wiegand. The presenting companies include:
Docalytics – An easy to implement, cross-platform technology that enhances how businesses use their marketing and sales documents to interact with and capture actionable data from their prospective customers.
MailLift – Integrates with your Customer Relationship Management, helpdesk, and other tools allowing handwritten letters to be automated.
OpenHomes – Provides modern, professional tools for the “for sale by owner” market.
Optyn – Makes marketing simple for small businesses by providing easy, automated tools to acquire and engage their customers.
catalyze.io – Provides health cloud solutions for application developers, enabling rapid application development, enhanced data integration and industry-standard security.
More information about the gener8tor Launch day and companies is available here.
gener8tor just kicked off it’s Summer 2013 Program in Milwaukee. The 12 week program will provide 5 teams capital, mentorship, expertise, and more and will culminate with a Launch Day event on August 29 where each team will pitch their company to a crowd of community members and potential investors.
“The Summer 2013 Program consists of some of the most innovative startups from around the country. We’re really looking forward to helping these companies grow and achieve their full potential.” – Troy Vosseller, Co-Founder of gener8tor
Over 250 companies applied, of which 5 teams were chosen. The teams include:
OpenHomes (Madison, WI) – OpenHomes is a safe, affordable, modern way to buy or sell a home. OpenHomes uses technology to connect homebuyers and sellers as well as helping real estate agents serve their clients better and more efficiently.
Catalyze.IO (Milwaukee, WI) – Catalyze.IO offers cloud-delivered backend infrastructure for health and wellness applications to make it easier, cheaper and faster for developers to create solutions for healthcare.
DeckPresenter (Austin, TX) – DeckPresenter is a web presentation tool built for businesses designed to host, manage and track PowerPoint decks.
Docalytics (Minneapolis, MN) – Docalytics builds online tools to help marketers get more from their content marketing activities.
Optyn (Chicago, IL) – Optyn optimizes the marketing relationships between businesses and consumers.