Adapx lands $3M, names retired U.S. Army general to board

Adapx has landed $3 million in additional funding and named former retired U.S. Army Vice Chief of Staff Peter W. Chiarelli to its board of directors. The Seattle company’s Capturx software is used to streamline data capture in the field, helping military personnel or corporate workers easily send handwritten data on tablets, paper froms, maps or notebooks. The… Read More


With defense work growing, Adapx scores $3 million

Adapx, whose Capturx software for digital pens is used by the military and corporations such as Carnival and Microsoft, has raised an additional $3 million in funding from existing investors OVP Venture Partners, Paladin and Pelion Ventures. The financing follows a $5 million round that the company closed last May, and brings total funding to… Read More


Adapx wins $1.65M DARPA contract to bring speech and sketch to battlefield plans

Seattle startup Adapx has won a $1.65 million contract from the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) to incorporate speech and sketch into battlefield planning maps. The contract follows a similar deal inked in October with the Army’s Research, Development and Engineering Command which allows commanders to speak and sketch their plans into battlefield simulators. Adapx… Read More


Adapx links digital pen technology with SharePoint

Adapx, the maker of data capture and digital pen software technologies, has released a new version of its Capturx software that now allows workers in the field to more easily send that information to SharePoint. From there, employees can integrate the field data into databases, content management systems or back-end CRM systems. As an example,… Read More


Digital pen software maker Adapx inks $5 million round

Adapx, whose software powers digital pen technologies so workers can easily collect data in the field, has scored a $5 million venture capital investment that it will use to expand into new areas and enhance products for the Department of Defense. All existing investors participated in the round, including OVP Venture Partners, Paladin Capital Group… Read More