Reston-based Zoomdata Inc., a data visualization startup led by former Clarabridge Inc. President Justin Langseth, announced on Wednesday a $4.1 million Series A round led by Columbus Nova Technology Partners.
Joining the Menlo Park, Calif.-based venture capita firm are the Virginia Center for Innovative Technology's GAP Funds, Razor's Edge Ventures LLC and something called B7 Inc., a D.C.-area investment group founded by Peter Thorp that launched this week (more on that to come).
Zoomdata, which builds real-time, tablet-friendly displays of "data art," plans to use the cash to "expand its engineering, operations, and sales and marketing teams to service its growing client base and open an office in Silicon Valley later this month," according to a news release.
The Series A round follows a $1.1 million seed funding in November.
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