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As we’ve noted in the past, there’s no shortage of companies trying to make it easier for teams of employees to collaborate around various business tasks. (Examples in the Seattle area include (which just raised $26 million); Liquid Planner and recent TechStars grad Sandglaz).

Now, a new Tacoma startup is getting in the game, looking to make it easier for financial professionals to share data in real time. CloudSway just reeled in $1.4 million in startup cash, money that will support the recent launch of the company’s new financial project management application.

“It is not just one person that controls a business’s financial health. Partners, employees, contractors, bookkeepers, accountants and others drive the company books,” said CEO Scott West in a press release. “Keeping track of these connections and their responsibilities is near impossible. CloudSway is working to create financial circles that allow you to collaborate with others on important financial information.”

West is a former executive with LinkedCP and TADAccounting.

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