SceneDoc, Formerly Siamese Systems, Raises $1.3 Million Seed Round

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SceneDoc, formerly Siamese System, has raised a $1.35 million seed round.

The capital comes from the MaRS Investment Accelerator Fund as well as angel investors including Tim Lett and Brice Scheschuk.

Toronto-based SceneDoc, which specializes in mobile investigation and field documentation technology for law enforcement and public safety, will use the funding to scale operations.

The MaRS Investment Accelerator Fund is excited to become a partner in SceneDoc’s efforts to scale its operations in Canada, the United States and abroad.

Investment Director, Dan Mathers stated

"We are excited about the overall opportunity with their mobile platform and its extended applications," said MaRS Investment Director, Dan Mathers. "The team at SceneDoc continues to make strong inroads into the marketplace and we have confidence in their ability to execute and deliver value to their clients."

"Our platform creates real efficiencies and lets agencies repurpose efforts, budget and resources to other critical areas of their operations," noted SceneDoc cofounder and CEO Alex Kottoor.

Company:
SceneDoc Inc.
Website:
http://www.scenedoc.com
Location:
Toronto, Ontario, Canada

SceneDoc (formerly Siamese Systems Inc.) is the global leader in mobile investigative management software. SceneDoc is a smartphone/tablet-based software platform which provides law enforcement and a variety of public safety personnel a highly secure, accurate and consistent means of documenting crime, accident and other incident scenes. Comprised of a highly configurable mobile application together with... more


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