Accelerator Centre

Accelerator Centre
DossierView

DossierView

December 22, 2009 11:18 ET

Accelerator Centre Client DossierView Closes $750K Financing Round

WATERLOO, ONTARIO--(Marketwire - Dec. 22, 2009) - The Accelerator Centre (AC), an award-winning and world-renowned centre for the cultivation of technology entrepreneurship, announced today that its client DossierView has closed a $750,000 financing round with First Leaside Visions II Limited Partnership. The announcement follows on the heels of a funding round with Golden Triangle Angelnet announced by the company on December 15, 2009.

DossierView leverages technology developed by Dr. Andrew Wong, a founder of the PAMI (Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence) Lab at the University of Waterloo, to create the next generation of PAMI technologies. DossierView's intelligent search technology promises to offer corporate and consumer users faster access to the most relevant information located on a desktop or on the Web.

"We're incredibly excited about this financing round, which allows DossierView to further expand our development efforts. Our intelligent pattern analysis forms the foundation for Internet and Enterprise search technologies that make searching for information predictive and social. This is an important day for DossierView, and sends a positive message to technology entrepreneurs, who are actively seeking to commercialize and bring new technology offerings to the market," says Stephen Bacso, CEO, DossierView.

"As the economy rebounds, the Accelerator Centre is becoming an important hub of increased investment activity, with a significant number of start-ups within the AC either closing, or actively negotiating financing rounds. This latest round of investment into our AC client community is a huge win for DossierView, for the Waterloo Region economy and for our growing start-up community," says Tom Corr, CEO of the Accelerator Centre.

About the Accelerator Centre

The Accelerator Centre (AC) is a world-renowned, award-winning centre for the cultivation of technology entrepreneurship located in Waterloo, Ontario. Made possible through funding from Federal and Provincial Governments, Ontario Centres of Excellence, the Regional Municipality of Waterloo, the City of Waterloo and the University of Waterloo, along with industry and academic partners, the AC was established to accelerate the creation, growth, and maturation of sustainable new technology companies; to promote commercialization of research and technology rising out of academic institutions such as University of Waterloo, Wilfrid Laurier University, University of Guelph, and Conestoga College; and to generate economic benefit and enhance the strategic importance of Waterloo Region within Ontario and Canada's broader economy.

Aptly named, the Accelerator Centre is firmly focused on accelerating the growth and success of its client companies - fledgling start ups from a variety of technology sectors. The Centre's team of advisors and mentors provide a unique range of support services and education programs, enabling AC clients to move to market faster, create jobs and stimulate economic activity. As home to 25+ technology start-up companies, with resident program staff of Ontario Centres of Excellence, National Research Council IRAP and Communitech - the Accelerator Centre has become the nexus for Waterloo's innovation community. The Accelerator Centre, along with the Ontario Centres of Excellence and the University of Waterloo technology transfer commercialization office (WatCo), are partners in the Accelerator for Commercialization Excellence (ACE) which works closely with other commercialization entities such as Communitech to provide seamless access to commercialization resources for start-ups, entrepreneurs, and investors in the Waterloo Region.

To learn more about the Accelerator Centre visit our web site at www.acceleratorcentre.com.

About DossierView

DossierView designs and develops software solutions to make information access predictive and social. DossierView's product wetrieve brings users the information they need along with the people that can help without searching the Internet or other resources. DossierView is based in Waterloo, Ontario, Canada at the Accelerator Centre in the University of Waterloo's Research & Technology Park.

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