Centrallo Corporation, a NYC-based creator of Groupdolists, a solution for teams on the front-lines responsible for safeguarding employees, facilities and assets to manage threats, raised $1.5m in seed funding.
Backers included Responder Ventures and a number of individuals including Bruce Blythe, Chairman of R3 Continuum, Sig Zises, and others.
The company intends to use the funds to bring its technology to more organizations.
Led by Michael J. Sher, Groupdolists is a SaaS based cross-platform response team coordination platform that enables organizations to improve their responses in areas such as security operations, crisis management, emergency/incident management, resilience, risk, and operational recovery. It provides a simplified way to create and execute coordinated, sequenced, interdependent sets of tasks and procedures, synchronizing responses and workflows in real time.
Responders gain leverage by sharing information, coordinating actions, and tracking results.
In September, the company announced a partnership with Allied Universal, the largest guard services company in North America, to use the platform as part of its GSOCaaS (Global Security Operations Center as a Service).