Disc o Raises $60M in Equity & $40M in Debt
Disc o, an Austin-based legal technology company, has raised $60M in equity and $40M in debt funding, bringing its total funding to $195M. Disco uses cloud computing and artificial intelligence to automate and simplify legal tasks, helping lawyers deliver better outcomes to their clients. The company currently serves law firms, government agencies, and corporate legal departments worldwide.
Latest Fundraising Round
Disc o’s latest fundraising round comes just a few months after it closed its first round of financing. In the first round of funding, the company raised $17M from Genesis Capital Partners, an international investment fund. The investment firm’s other investors included General Electric’s pension fund and the Singapore government’s investment fund. About 70% of Genesis Capital Partners’ investors invested in the current round.
Austin-Based Solar Energy Provider
Disc o is an Austin-based firm dedicate to renewable energy and innovative solutions. It has completed two large solar energy projects and plans to expand its offerings in the coming years. The company also has a background in legal tech, having raised more than $161 million since its founding in 2011. This funding round, which was complete in March 2017, will go toward developing a cloud technology platform and software products.
Austin Energy customers have the choice of a renewable or conventional energy source, and can sign up for a bundled service that provides a choice of both. The company has developed or procured solar projects throughout the Austin community, meeting the needs of more than 20,000 customers. To be consider for a solar installation, a potential customer can register for the waitlist.
Disco 60m Announces Its Latest Funding Round
Disco 60m, a legaltech company based in Austin. Texas, has raised $40M in debt and $60M in equity in its latest round of funding. The funds will help the organization expand its presence across. North America and continental Europe, and develop a strategic channel program. The company’s mission is to automate and simplify the process of completing complicated legal tasks.
The startup’s mission is to build innovative cloud-based artificial intelligence solutions. Its new global headquarters is in Austin, Texas, and it also has offices in several other cities. As a part of its mission to create sustainable solutions. Disco also supports sustainable growth initiatives and is committed to the preservation of the environment. As a result, this organization requires its employees to have strong commitments to its core values.
The financing round was led by Georgian Partners and included new and existing investors. The company intends to double its sales capacity in North America over the next 12 to 15 months and expand its presence in EMEA and also APAC. However, the next milestone is still to be determined. If everything goes according to plan, DISCO will have raised at least $785 million, making it the sixth largest startup in the legal tech space.
DISCO is a software company based in Austin, Texas. Its eDiscovery software automates the lengthy discovery process and also frees up lawyers to focus on their clients. The company has raised more than $60M in funding and also has been named one of the fastest-growing software companies in Austin by Inc. Magazine. DISCO also achieved unicorn status by raising $785 million in Series D funding led by Franklin Templeton Investments.
Disco is a cloud-based artificial intelligence software company. That recently opened an office in New York and plans to expand across continental Europe and also Canada. Its latest funding round includes $40 million in debt and also $60 million in equity. The company’s software products help clients with e-discovery, litigation, and compliance, among other areas.
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