Epsilon3, a Tampa, Florida-based software startup, secured $15 million in Series A funding, bringing Epsilon3’s total funding to over $18 million.
The round was led by Lux Capital with additional funding from Moore Strategic Ventures, Y Combinator, and MaC Venture Capital.
Epsilon3 will use the investment to recruit more engineers to develop new software platforms, including analytical tools that could be used to improve workflows.
Company: Epsilon3, Inc.
Round: Series A
Funding Month: June 2022
Lead Investors: Lux Capital
Additional Investors: Moore Strategic Ventures, MaC Venture Capital, and Y Combinator
Company Website: https://www.epsilon3.io/
Software Category: Space Project Management
About the Company: Led by CEO Laura Crabtree, who worked as a mission operation engineer at SpaceX for more than a decade before co-founding the venture. Epsilon3 is the OS for spacecraft and complex operations. Epsilon3’s software platform manages complex operational procedures, saving operators time and reducing errors. Epsilon3 offers a web-based platform that offers collaboration tools customized for spacecraft manufacturing and operations and seeks to replace word processing software and other applications used for managing operational workflows and testing involving spacecraft.
Source: https://www.epsilon3.io/behind-the-console/epsilon3-grows-to-over-3-dozen-customers-announces-15m-series-a-to-fuel-growth https://spacenews.com/epsilon3-raises-15-million-for-space-project-management-platform/