Seneca Systems, a Redwood City, CA-based provider of purpose-built software for government workers, secured $3.5M in seed financing.
The round – which brings the total raised to date to more than $5m – was led by Initialized Capital, with participation from Cowboy Ventures, Govtech Fund, and Y Combinator.
The company intends to use the funds to drive further government adoption of its software; promote the CSP market; expand its services and support capabilities; and scale its field and engineering organizations.
Led by Nick DeMonner, co-founder and CEO, Seneca Systems has just launched Romulus, its cloud-based constituent services platform, which centralizes communications, organizes service requests, streamlines service delivery, and reports on constituent sentiments and work performed.
It is already available in offices in Chicago, Houston, Los Angeles, Baltimore, Oakland.