CIC Completes $1.2M Funding Round
REDWOOD SHORES, CA, March 30, 2015 – Communication Intelligence Corporation (“CIC”) (OTCQB: CICI), a leading supplier of electronic signature and other software solutions enabling secure and cost-effective management of document-based digital transactions, today announced that it had closed a new round of funding with a number of existing investors to provide working capital.
In the transaction, which closed on March 24, 2015, investors subscribed to approximately $1.2 million of CIC’s Series D-1 Convertible Preferred Stock, which can be converted to common stock at a price of $0.0225 per share. For each share of preferred stock purchased, investors were also issued a three-year warrant to purchase twenty-two shares of common stock at an exercise price of $0.0225 per share.
Additional information on this funding round is available in CIC’s Current Report on Form 8-K that will be filed in the coming days with Securities and Exchange Commission, and will be made available at www.sec.gov.
CIC is a leading provider of digital transaction management (DTM) software enabling fully digital (paperless) business processes. CIC’s solutions encompass a wide array of functionality and services, including electronic signatures, biometric authentication and simple-to-complex workflow management. These solutions are available across virtually all enterprise, desktop and mobile environments as a seamlessly integrated platform for both ad-hoc and fully automated transactions. CIC’s platform can be deployed both on-premise and as a cloud-based service, with the ability to easily transition between deployment models. CIC is headquartered in Silicon Valley. For more information, please visit our website at www.cic.com. CIC’s logo is a trademark of CIC.
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