DENVER BUSINESS JOURNAL - Denver-based software company GoSpotCheck has raised $16.5 million from investors that will help the startup keep expanding in Denver.
The company makes of software primarily used by brands and retailers to ensure store shelves are stocked and displays setup correctly. GoSpotCheck plans to broaden what its software is used for, branching into other industry niches where employers need information about how well far-flung workers are performing the tasks their job requires.
The company has grown in the past three years from a handful of employees to 70. With the new funding, GoSpotCheck aims to add another 30 jobs this year, said Matt Talbot, CEO and founder.
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