Encamp, an Indianapolis-based environmental, health, and safety (EHS) software platform provider, raised $3.1m in Series A funding.
The round was led by Allos Ventures and High Alpha Capital, with participation from IU Ventures. In conjunction with the funding, David Kerr, managing director at Allos Ventures, and Mike Fitzgerald, partner at High Alpha, will join the Encamp board of directors.
The company intends to use the funds to expand the development of the platform.
Led by Luke Jacobs, CEO and co-founder, Encamp provides a platform to manage EHS documents, deadlines, permits and tasks, in a single modern platform. The compliance module allows users to get up-to-the-minute views of their entire compliance reporting schedule across the enterprise on a clean, visual calendar that is synced to federal and state EHS databases to ensure accuracy. The company plans to further develop its platform this year, which will deliver a more comprehensive look at applicable regulations and requirements for EHS reporting with companies of all sizes and industries. Encamp currently work with more than 170 customers including American Tower Corporation, Nutrien Ag Solutions and Asmark Institute, tracking more than 10,000 compliance dates and managing more than 2,500 facilities across the country.