Heureka Software, a Cleveland, OH-based provider of a SaaS dark data surveillance platform, raised $1.1m in seed funding.
Backers included local angel investors and JumpStart.
The company, which further expects to raise that figure to $1.8m in angel funding by year’s end, has to date raised a total of $1.95m, including a JobsOhio IOLF Loan of $750k, a $100k award from the Great Lakes Innovation and Development Enterprise (GLIDE) and the recent $250k infusion of capital from the JumpStart Evergreen Fund.
Founded in 2014 by Chairman Ron Copfer, Heureka provides enterprises with software-as-a-service (SaaS) platform to identify dark data from their digital endpoints on a global scale, in real time. Dark data represents all electronically stored artifacts and files (including email, presentations, spreadsheets, word processing and a myriad of other electronic files stored on endpoints such as desktops, laptops and servers) that are outside of core transaction-based systems.