Cartavi, a Naperville, Illinois-based mobile document management platform for real estate, has completed its Series A round of financing.
The amount of the deal was not disclosed.
The round was led by the I2A Fund (I2A), with participation from the FireStarter Fund, OCA Ventures, and New World Ventures and individual investors Gian Fulgoni, Jai Shekhawat, and Mike Gamson, among others.
The company intends to use the capital to further extend its service to real estate professionals and accelerate the development of its cloud-based framework and mobile applications.
Co-founded by Glenn Shimkus, CEO, and Paul Koziarz, CMO, Cartavi provides real estate professionals and consumers with tools to manage and share all of the documents related to the purchase or sale of a home accessible via a desktop or laptop computer as well as through native applications that are available for the iPhone, iPad, Android phone and Android tablet.
The company’s solutions also integrate with DocuSign.
In conjunction with the financing, Kapil Chaudhary, Managing Director and co-founder of I2A, will join Cartavi’s board of directors.