Digarc, a Lakeland, Florida-based provider of e-catalog and curriculum management solutions for higher education institutions in the U.S., received an investment of undisclosed amount from Serent Capital.
The company intends to use the funds to scale operations and drive future growth opportunities.
Owned by Ken Blais and Chet Jordan, who will remain with the company as investors and board members, and led by newly joined CEO Angela Selden, Digarc created Acalog in 2001, an e-catalog system, which includes features such as the My Portfolio tool for capturing course preferences, a printable Degree Planner, and social media integration with Facebook and Twitter. In 2012, the company introduced the Curriculog curriculum management system for the higher ed market. Curriculog is a centralized workflow platform that allows faculty and administrators to collaborate on the curriculum design, change, and approval process.
Digarc now serves more than 450 academic institutions.