Shareable Ink, a Nashville, TN-based provider of enterprise cloud computing solutions for transitioning handwritten documentation to electronic health records, has secured $5m in Series B financing from Lemhi Ventures.
The company intends to use the proceeds to expand operations in all areas of the business, including client services and R&D.
Led by President and CEO Stephen S. Hau, Shareable Ink provides an enterprise cloud-based platform that converts handwritten text and gestures into structured and codified data, which are then fed into core hospital and practice systems.
It incorporates natural input tools, including iPads and digital pen and paper technology featuring Anoto functionality.
In conjunction with the funding, Tony Miller, Managing Partner of Lemhi Ventures, has become Chairman of the Board of the company. Jodi Hubler, Managing Director of Lemhi Ventures, has also joined the Board.