Start-up Hara said today it has secured $25 million from venture and corporate investors to further develop its software for managing corporations' energy and environmental footprint.
Software industry veteran Ray Lane, who is an investor at Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield & Byers, will become chairman of Hara's board. Other investors included General Electric, ConocoPhilips, utility NRG Energy, and Japanese industrial company Itochu. Including this series C round, Hara has raised $45 million.
The investment gives Hara the wherewithal to further enhance its online application and sales force in the fledgling field of energy and environmental management software. Hara said it … Read more