CargoSense, a Reston, VA-based startup offering a big data and analytics product to healthcare logistics providers, raised a funding of undisclosed amount.
The CIT GAP Funds and New Dominion Angels, a Virginia-based angel investment group, invested in the round.
The company intends to use the funds to extend product features, including its reporting and analytics, and grow sales within its existing customer segments.
Founded in 2012 by CEO Rich Kilmer, CargoSense provides collaborative supply chain software that operates using tablet, Web and mobile devices to optimize logistics networks – in healthcare, food, medical devices and other industries with complex supply chains.
The company is initially focused on life sciences and is pursuing partnerships in food, restaurants, grocery chains and other market segments with sensitive supply chains.