The company itself sold 1.75 million shares, bringing in $34.6 million in new capital. In addition, existing shareholders sold 4.13 million shares. The funding, according to the Austin Business Journal, will provide Q2 with “working capital, including possible acquisitions.”
Formerly Q2ebanking, Q2 Holdings operated through its subsidiary, Q2 Software. The company went public in March 2014, raising $101 million. That year, Q2 had $79 million in revenue and 500 employees.
This month, Q2 announced revenues of just over $22 million, for a 41% year-over-year gain. Q2 CEO Matt Flake called the report “a strong finish to a fantastic year.”
Q2 Holdings trades on the New York Stock Exchange under the ticker symbol “QTWO” and is valued at more than $700 million.
The company made headlines in September 2014 with news that Heartland Financial USA was making a 10-bank deployment of Q2’s online banking platform. Based in Austin, Texas, Q2 demoed its risk and fraud analytics technology at FinovateSpring 2011 in San Francisco.