Kim, the no-code SaaS document generation, assembly and workflow automation platform, has scored funding from Atlanta-based Engage VC.
Engage is a collaborative corporate venture platform that has a large strategic group of major corporations.
Engage provides capital and mentorship to innovative and market leading technology companies. It brings together category-leading corporations that have joined forces to support companies building the future of enterprise and establish the Southeast as a leading innovation hub.
Kim joins the Engage Enterprise Go-to-Market program, which is designed to streamline the process for companies to work with the most influential corporations in the world.
Engage is backed by 14 industry-leading enterprises and Georgia Tech. Engage partners include Chick-fil-A, The Coca-Cola Company, Cox Enterprises, Delta Air Lines, Georgia-Pacific, Georgia Power Foundation, Georgia Tech, Goldman Sachs, The Home Depot, Honeywell, Inspire Brands, Intercontinental Exchange, Invesco, Invest Georgia, Tech Square Ventures, UPS, and Wellstar.
Kim CEO Karl Chapman said, “Working through the selection process with the Engage team was hard, fun and rewarding. We would have benefited from it even if we had not agreed on a deal. Kim has achieved many milestones since it was formed, but in a few years, when we look back, I think we will recognize this as one of the most significant. This step helps us support our existing customers, win new customers and continue driving our technology forward.”
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