MONROE, CT, Bank compliance software maker raised a $2.25 million investment round from Connecticut Innovations and several angel investors.
According to MHT, Bank compliance software maker Continuity Engine Inc. in Monroe, Conn., which goes by the name Continuity Control, has taken the last round of funding: a $2.25 million investment from Connecticut Innovations and several angel investors.
Continuity Engine, LLC provides an on-demand portal for management of policies, procedures, and audit programs to banking businesses. It offers Community, a platform that allows organizations to have discussions, share documents, and connect to each other; Control, a platform for the automation of the lifecycle from policy creation through audit; and Insight that provides solutions to understand profitability. The company was founded in 2008 and is based in the Monroe, Connecticut.