Auckland computer telephony and call centre software company Zeacom has raised $3 million through a second round of venture capital funding.
Zeacom finance director Cameron Dargaville says the money, from AMP Private Capital, Caltech Capital Partners and private clients of investment bank JB Were & Son, will be used to expand the company’s presence in the US as well as increase Zeacom’s presence in key Asian markets, with the assistance of its Asian channel partner NEC.
Dargaville says Zeacom is now positioned to consider a range of future capital raising options to support its long term growth.
"These include the consideration of a listing on the Australian Stock Exchange, or Nasdaq, and possible investment in Zeacom by international strategic industry partners," he says.
Dargaville says Zeacom’s flagship product, Q-Master, is installed in more than 450 call centres throughout Australia, New Zealand, the US and Asia.
Zeacom also develops and markets Corus, a messaging application which manages all telephony communication in a unified environment.