Adapx has raised an additional $3 million in venture capital, money that the Seattle startup will use to continue to help mobile workers at large organizations capture data while working in the field.
The company, which is led by former Microsoft vet Ken Schneider, develops software that works in conjunction with digital pens to make it easier to input and extract data from corporate databases. Adapx is seeing uptake with oli & gas companies, including Kinder Morgan, Chevron and Finning.
The new funding follows a $3 million round last summer, which included Adapx adding U.S. Army Vice Chief of Staff Peter W. Chiarelli to its board of directors. Total funding now stands at about $35 million in Adapx.
The new round was led by existing investor OVP Venture Partners, Paladin Capital Group, Pelion Ventures and Northwest Tech Ventures.
Here’s a promotional video showing how the company’s Capturx software works in conjunction with the iPad, which allows organizations to capture data while offline.