Indianapolis-based meeting management software platform Docket has completed a $3 million financing round with support from the IU Angel Network. Docket says its platform improves business meeting productivity and efficiency by allowing users to create and share agendas, take notes, and assign post-meeting actions.
It is compatible with video meeting service Zoom.
The company was founded by IU alumnus Darin Brown. It was launched out of High Alpha’s venture studio in Indianapolis.
The IU Angel Network, one of three investment programs managed by IU Ventures, facilitates connections between IU-affiliated startups and prospective investors from among IU’s global community of alumni, faculty, staff, students and friends.
“With Docket, Darin Brown has developed a unique, innovative way for companies to say goodbye to meandering meetings and focus on greater productivity,” said Jason Whitney, vice president of venture development of IU Ventures and executive director of the IU Angel Network. “We’re extremely excited to tap the resources and connections of the IU Angel Network to help further the growth of an Indiana-based company that is on the cutting edge of high-end workflow management software.”
Earlier this year, Docket beat out more than 600 marketplace apps to capture first-place in Zoom’s inaugural Marketplace Whale Watch Competition.