BOULDER – Local web and mobile software development firm Quick Left Inc. announced Wednesday that it has raised a $500,000 funding round from Lighter Capital in Seattle.
The money will be used to expand product development and align its products with the programming tools from Sprintly.
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Boulder-based Quick Left merged with San Francisco-based Sprintly in January, with the two now having a Portland, Ore., office as well and keeping the Quick Left name.
“The merger of Quick Left brings a lot of synergy and possibilities for growth,” Lighter Capital CEO BJ Lackland said in a press release. “We really like how well the product arm compliments the consulting arm, and are excited about funding their product development.”