RALEIGH – Liine, a Raleigh startup that provides an artificial intelligence-powered lead capture platform for patient-centric medical companies, raised $ 200,000 in debt from an investor. It could bring in up to $ 800,000 more, according to a SEC filing.
Liine was founded in 2016 by CEO Bradley Blaser, COO Eric Blaser and CTO Andrew Johnson. The three co-founders attended the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, according to their LinkedIn profiles.
The company’s platform provides automated lead management, data capture and analysis tools, and can also help practice owners and managers train and manage staff responsible for patient reservations, website remarks.
Liine says the pricing for the software-as-a-service platform is all-inclusive and based on total call volume, and the company reports that its platform analyzed nearly 764,000 minutes of phone calls and captured over 78,000 leads which turned into nearly 50,000 bookings for practices.
The most recent filing occurs less than a year after the company raised $ 900,000 in debts from 12 investors.
Before this fundraising, the company raised $ 700,000 in equity, closing this round in April 2019.