Analytics and insurance software provider (formerly Fractal Industries) today announced that it has secured $78.6 million in a series A funding round led by Cannae Holdings and Motive Partners, bringing its total raised to over $100 million. CEO Jason Crabtree, who cofounded the Reston, Virginia-based company with Andrew Sellers (a Truman scholar and Air Force Academy graduate) in 2015, says the capital infusion will be used to expand Qomplx’s workforce of over 100 people and accelerate growth.

“This investment strengthens our ability to work with enterprises that are struggling to integrate too many point solutions into something that allows them to make better decisions,” said Crabtree, a Rhodes Scholar who majored in engineering at West Point and the University of Oxford prior to leading U.S.

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