K4Connect Raises $8.9M in Funding Co-Led by AXA Venture Partners and Bryce Catalyst


K4Connect, a leading provider of enterprise technologies for senior living communities, has successfully raised $8.9 million in a recent funding round, co-led by AXA Venture Partners (AVP) and Bryce Catalyst. Existing investors, including Intel Capital, Forté Ventures, Topmark Partners, and the Ziegler-Linkage Fund, also participated in the round, showing continued support for the company. With this funding, K4Connect’s total raised capital reaches $39 million, enabling them to further penetrate the senior living market and continue advancing their innovative technologies, such as the patented FusionOS integration technology and K4Community Engagement Suite.

In conjunction with the funding announcement, K4Connect has appointed Mike Weller as their new Chief Operations Officer. Mike brings a wealth of experience and expertise in client success, data analytics, and operations, making him an ideal addition to the company’s leadership team. K4Connect’s Chief Mission Officer and CEO, F. Scott Moody, expressed enthusiasm about Mike’s appointment, emphasizing his potential to drive operational insights and efficiencies while enhancing the lives of older adults, the primary beneficiaries of the company’s solutions.

The demand for enterprise technologies in senior living communities is increasing, especially considering the aging population and the ongoing caregiver shortage. K4Connect aims to address this demand by providing its innovative FusionOS technology, which allows seamless integration of various technologies and leverages crucial health and behavioral data across connected systems and applications. This integration streamlines caregiver workflows, reduces costs, and ultimately enhances resident care. K4Connect’s commitment to using data to improve the lives of older adults resonates well with investors and partners.

K4Connect’s enterprise platform has garnered recognition as a reliable solution for senior living operators seeking digital modernization to enhance the efficiency and cost-effectiveness of their caregiver services. The company’s long-standing expertise in enterprise technology and its unique approach to senior living make it an attractive investment opportunity for investors like Bryce Catalyst and AXA Venture Partners.

Manish Agarwal, a General Partner with AVP, noted the importance of K4Connect’s technologies and vision in addressing the health and well-being of the aging population, particularly in light of the COVID-19 pandemic. He praised K4Connect’s ability to consolidate various applications into a single enterprise system, eliminating data silos and maximizing its value for operational and care purposes.

K4Connect’s dedication to improving the lives of seniors and people with disabilities remains at the forefront of its mission. Their FusionOS technology and K4Community engagement suite continue to serve tens of thousands of residents and staff in senior living communities across the United States, making a significant impact on the industry and the lives of those they serve. To learn more about K4Connect’s offerings, including FusionOS and the K4Community suite, interested parties can visit their official website at www.K4Connect.com.

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