Cloud-delivered desktop provider Dizzion announced today a $3.9 million Series A funding round co-led by investors Grotech Ventures and Access Venture Partners with participation from Point B Capital, Correlation Ventures and Service Provider Capital.
The Denver-based company will use the new infusion of capital to invest and improve in their technology. They are also planning to hire 10-14 people in 2015, primarily focused in sales and engineering.
“The funding helps us have the ability to reach more prospective customers, and the hope would be also to innovate and add some technology capabilities that customers are looking for,” said CEO Steve Prather. “We want to continue to provide and even increase the level of support with additional human capital.”
Founded in 2011, Dizzion provides companies with desktop management, increasing user productivity with the ability to work on any device and giving companies’ more security. With a cloud-based system, employees and companies have more control over how they work.
Dizzion’s users span financial services, healthcare and contact center companies with stringent security needs like TELUS International, Delta Dental and Red Robin Restaurants.
“Today, companies require more flexible ways to manage and secure corporate and sensitive data such as personally identifiable information, credit card numbers and health records, while allowing users the ubiquitous access they require from the device of their choice.” Prather said in a statement. “Dizzion helps solve these problems by creating a highly secure, virtualized corporate work environment that meets compliance standards and takes companies into 21st century computing.”
Their team currently consists of 11 people and are planning to stay in their RiNo office for at least 2015.