Levels Beyond closes Series A round with additional $2.5 mln from TVC Capital

Software company Levels Beyond has completed its Series A funding round with an additional $2.5 million investment from TVC Capital. The additional investment brings the total funding round to $7 million.

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Levels Beyond, the company behind the Reach Engine content inventory platform, today announced it has completed its Series A funding with an additional $2.5 million investment from TVC Capital.

This additional funding brings the total Series A round to $7 million. The entire investment came from TVC Capital, a San Diego-based growth equity firm focused on investments in and acquisitions of software and software-enabled service firms.

Levels Beyond’s Reach Engine software platform is a new era content inventory platform that eliminates the middlemen and streamlines the creation through delivery processes for major media, brands and institutions with volumes of video, photos and all other content.

This week, Levels Beyond announced a new customer relationship with the Sundance Institute, sponsors of the renowned Sundance Film Festival. Sundance joins a who’s who of media companies using Reach Engine, including a top broadcast network and MSO, and institutions like the University of Southern California’s Digital Repository.

“We are experiencing heightened interest in our platform as companies begin to regard their media not just as data files, but also as valuable inventory to be monetized,” said Art Raymond, CEO of Levels Beyond. “We are also seeing these same companies look to the future and understand that business models are changing rapidly to meet customer habits and that they need to create technical infrastructures that allow them to evolve successfully.”

This additional financing will fuel Levels Beyond’s continued sales growth and address specific opportunities with emerging channels and vertical markets. The company is focused on distinct market opportunities: leading media companies, major consumer brands, and public and private institutions with significant media assets.

“We are pleased to stand shoulder-to-shoulder with Levels Beyond as they forge the future of the new age of media,” said Jeb Spencer, co-founder and managing partner of TVC Capital. “We anticipate this additional capital will continue to fuel their growth as they assist clients navigating the challenges of servicing media consumption by turning passive content libraries into active supplies of inventory.”

About TVC Capital LLC

TVC Capital is a San Diego-based growth equity firm focused on investments in and acquisitions of software companies and software-enabled service firms. TVC Capital targets a wide spectrum of software sectors and industry verticals that are poised for growth and consolidation. The firm is currently investing its second fund, TVC Capital II. TVC Capital has invested in or acquired many companies over the last five years including Accordent Technologies, Del Mar Datatrac, Halo BI, Limeade, Mercent Corporation and Reverse Vision, among others. For more information, visit www.tvccapital.com.

About Levels Beyond

Levels Beyond is the company behind the Reach Engine content inventory platform. Reach Engine turns passive digital content libraries into active inventory for global businesses. The Reach Engine platform delivers both short and long-form content to the devices and media that audiences are using and consuming, including emerging platforms that, until now, have had limited viewership. Reach Engine manages millions of digital video files every month. Founded in 2000, Levels Beyond is privately-held and headquartered in Denver.

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