GreenSky Capital and Enlightened Private Capital announced this week that they have completed a financing of Toronto-based Tri-D Technologies to expand its commercialization efforts. Tri-D is a developer of software for textile manufacturers, and was last year the recipient of financing from the Investment Accelerator Fund. Financial terms were not disclosed.
GreenSky Capital and Enlightened Private Capital are pleased to announce a successful financing of Tri-D, the makers of ExactFlat software (see www.exactflat.com), which enables companies working with fabrics to design, flatten, pattern, nest, cost and document their products inside leading 3D CAD platforms. The funds will allow Tri-D to continue to expand its commercialization efforts and continue to add customers to the ExactFlat platform.
About Tri-D Technologies Inc.
Tri-D Technologies builds software for manufacturers that work with composites, industrial fabrics, and technical textiles. We help companies bring their products to market faster, with lower effort, lower cost, and a simpler process.
About GreenSky Capital
GreenSky Capital is a boutique corporate finance advisory firm based in Toronto, delivering customized financial solutions to small and medium sized businesses. GreenSky mandates are long-term partnerships with high growth potential companies and dedicated entrepreneurs where GreenSkysupports the execution of strategic transitional events. GreenSky principals bring together a unique combination of experience in operations, investment banking and private equity. As an operator’s investment bank, GreenSky has the ability to bring extensive capital markets experience into a real-world context. GreenSky is focused on business and relationship building as well as the ultimate transaction
About Enlightened Private Capital
Enlightened Private Capital Inc. (EPC) raises growth capital for and provides strategic and financial advice to innovative small businesses. Investment opportunities are offered to a select group of high net worth individuals and family offices who invest alongside EPC.
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