Workflow management platform AtTask closes $38m series D with participation from University Venture Fund.

Utah-based AtTask, a workflow management software-as-a-service (SaaS) platform, has closed a series D round worth $38m to expand its market share.

The round, which was led by growth equity firm JMI Equity as a new investor, was also joined by existing backer the University Venture Fund. Started in 2000 at the University of Utah, the University Venture Fund has become the largest student-managed venture capital fund in the US. Other previous backers GreenSpring Associates and Escalate Capital also joined in…

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