Anvl Completes $2M Seed Funding Round
Indianapolis-based software company Anvl has secured $2 million in seed funding. The company, which launched from Indy venture studio High Alpha in October, says it will use the funding to grow its platform and add to its sales, services, engineering and marketing teams.
The funding round included participation from Revolution’s Rise of the Rest Seed Fund, High Alpha Capital and various tech leaders and angel investors, including Steve Cage. As a result, Cage and former MOBI Wireless Management CEO Scott Kraege will join the Anvl Board of Directors.
"We are passionate about helping companies engage and protect frontline workers who face hazardous environments every day," said Robin Fleming, co-founder and chief executive officer of Anvl. "This funding will allow us to make big strides forward as we expand our product offerings and customer reach to positively impact even more lives."
Anvl’s platform focuses on reducing and preventing work-related injuries. The company says its software identifies leading indicators to determine the point at which the risk for workforce injury occurs. That data can then be used to determine trends and opportunities for safety improvements before an incident happens.
In November, Fleming appeared on Inside INdiana Business with Gerry Dick to talk about the new venture. You can watch the interview by clicking the link below: