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Continuity Control Reels in $2.25 Million in Funding

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Community FI compliance expert, Continuity Control, announced a round of $2.25 million in funding yesterday, along with some news about growth.

The round of funding, which Continuity Control CEO and founder hopes will be the last it will need, came from Connecticut Innovations and several angel investors.

It comes after a $1.1 million round in July 2011, and a $2.1 million round in 2010.

The Connecticut-based company will use the round to expand the company’s support and sale infrastructure for growth.

In preparation for growth, Continuity Control is expanding to an office space that is 4 times the size of its current location.

To learn more about Continuity Control, watch its FinovateSpring 2010 demo.