PathFlux, an Atlanta GA-based facilities, operations and project management platform, has raised $ 1.2 million in seed funding.
The round was conducted by Parade Ventures with participation from Bonfire Ventures and Heroic Ventures. Shawn Merani of Parade Ventures joins the board of directors. Along with the funding, Shawn Merani of Parade Ventures joined the board of directors.
The company intends to use the funds to expand its marketing capabilities and accelerate product development.
Led by its founding team, Alex Cummings, Brandon Cummings and Griffin Hamilton, FlowPath provides a management software platform that automates work orders, maintenance, communication, notifications, projects and reports in one dashboard to eliminate complexity so users can get ahead of their jobs and stay on top of business goals.
FlowPath enables facility managers to standardize a process between customers and create scalable procedures for their own teams. The software has a comprehensive suite of features designed for both the facility manager and the service provider, including management of work orders, equipment and inventory in one place. Plus, its automated reports and comprehensive project management suite allow users to plan, execute, and track work in stages.