Cloud computing platform Shareable Ink has closed on $10.7 million in Series C financing led by existing investor Lemhi Ventures. The investment will be used for continued operational expansions, including client services and R&D as the company supports its rapidly growing customer base and progresses into additional market segments. Since its founding in 2009, Shareable Ink has raised about $22 million in funding, garnering a $13 million valuation in June 2012 when it received $5 million of Series B financing from Lemhi Ventures.
The Shareable Ink enterprise cloud computing platform transforms point-of-care clinical documentation to structured data and analytics, enabling physicians to enhance productivity and focus on quality of care delivery. The platform supports documentation using natural input tools, including iPad and digital pen and paper.