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LiquidPlanner Finds $1 Million For Project Management Software

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Project management software startup LiquidPlanner has secured $1 million in angel funding from investors, including the Alliance of Angels, the Bellingham Angel Group and Investor Geoff Entress.

The startup will use these funds to support new sales and marketing initiatives and invest in product development. LiquidPlanner, which we reviewed here, help teams of all sizes manage complex projects and is specifically designed to account for unplanned events and delays in projects. Launched to the enterprise space last year, LiquidPlanner’s software is currently being used by 200 companies from a wide spectrum of industries, from creative agencies, design firms, and IT consultancies to the energy, aviation, and telecommunications sectors.

Competitors in this space include Basecamp, Clarizen, Huddle, and Viewpath.

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