AudioEye raises $2.675 million in equity capital
Tishin Donkersley | On 09, Jan 2015
AudioEye, the creator of the world’s first and only cloud-based audio browsing and automated publishing technology platform for those with accessibility challenges announced the closing of a $2.675 million equity capital raise. Shares were sold to institutional and accredited investors, including existing investors and members of the Company’s board of directors.
AudioEye’s company focus is to achieve Web access equality and usability for all individuals through their cross-platform/cross-browser reader solution. Their technology extends to businesses, allowing the publisher to maintain complete control over their web assets and environment; and for the user of assitive technologies, their main product makes Web browsing more welcoming regardless of ones’ accessibility status.
In 2014 AudioEye, offered students at the University of Arizona’s academic department of Management Information Systems, through the Eller College of Management, features on the academic website.
AudioEye plans to use the funding to continue to expand its sales and marketing efforts among other needs.
Learn more about AudioEye at AZTB.
To learn more about the details of the funding, click here.