BOULDER – Software-as-a-service startup JumpCloud Inc. has raised a new $3.2 million funding round according to a recent filing made with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
The new funding comes a little more than a year after the Boulder-based company raised $3 million from Foundry Group and Bullet Time Ventures, which has since changed its name to Techstars Ventures.
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The new funding brings JumpCloud’s total to nearly $7.5 million since the company’s 2012 launch.
JumpCloud CEO Rajat Bhargava could not be reached for comment Monday.
JumpCloud’s Directory-as-a-Service product helps companies authorize and manage the identities of their employees and the information technology resources they need to access.