Mirror Worlds receives $6.5 million

Mirror Worlds Technologies said Tuesday that it received a $6.5 million second round of funding, led by Millennium 3 Opportunity Fund. Millennium, which will receive a seat on Mirror Worlds' board, was joined by previous investors Abacus & Associates and StartingPoint Venture Partners. Mirror Worlds markets its Scopeware products, which include technology to help employees work in groups, access information remotely, and scan and retrieve paper and e-mail documents. The New York-based company has raised a total of $14.5 million. See complete list.

Mirror Worlds Technologies said Tuesday that it received a $6.5 million second round of funding, led by Millennium 3 Opportunity Fund. Millennium, which will receive a seat on Mirror Worlds' board, was joined by previous investors Abacus & Associates and StartingPoint Venture Partners. Mirror Worlds markets its Scopeware products, which include technology to help employees work in groups, access information remotely, and scan and retrieve paper and e-mail documents. The New York-based company has raised a total of $14.5 million.

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