<ALL THINGS> software

thursday August 9 2018

 Kristen Nimsger, CEO at Social Solutions

Kristen Nimsger, CEO at Social Solutions

 

In today's edition of <ALL THINGS> Software: 

Social Solutions receives $59 million investment from Steve Ballmer's Ballmer Group. The Austin-based case management software company offers three products - Apricot Essentials for small nonprofits, Apricot for mid-size organizations and ETO for enterprise size charities. The venture-backed company previously raised $2.8M in Series A, and $6.5M in Series B funding. The new funding will be used for R&D to drive new product features, integrating with peer software solutions used by Social Solution clients, reducing costs for early adopter clients to showcase new solutions. Ballmer Group is a making investments in commercial, nonprofit, and government to improve economic mobility for children and families. In this case, Ballmer Group receives an equity stake in Social Solutions. Press Release

 

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