driverDOC, an Omaha, Neb.-based supply chain technology company, closed a $400K seed funding round.
The round was led by The Pearl Fund with additional co-investments from angel investors.
The startup plans to use the funds to accelerate growth for its cloud-based platform, currently available on Android and iOS.
Founded in 2019 by Josh Kolar, who brings over a decade of experience in the transportation and financial data management industries with past roles at companies including UPS, Union Pacific, Werner and KPMG—driverDOC is a supply chain, SaaS company that starts with the driver and focuses on automating manual processes that prohibit the flow of shipment data. Its platform arms drivers with an application that reduces paperwork, wait times, and unsafe communication requirements while in transit. With a five-minute adoption, driverDOC provides real-time ETA, location visibility, digital documents and other critical data to the entire supply chain.