MONROE — Bank software maker Continuity Control (CC) has attracted new financing as it prepares to relocate from Monroe to New Haven.
buy tramadol online no prescription company received $2.25 million from Connecticut Innovations Inc. (CII) as well as from angel investors, which will go toward expanding its support and sales infrastructure. valium online last received $1.1 million in July 2011, following a grant of $2.1 million in tramadol online.
The company was started in 2008, offering software-as-a-service to small banks and credit unions. It now here its service to banks of all sizes. It currently has 20 employees, half of whom are support staff scattered around the country.
CEO Andrew Greenawalt plans to move the company to a 4,000 square-foot space (its currently occupies a 1,000 square-foot facility) at 59 Elm Street in New Haven within the next few months to accommodate further expansion.
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