The venture capital arm of Washington, D.C.-based technology accelerator Dcode has invested in two startups to help both companies commercialize their software platforms for the federal government.
Dcode Capital participated in a Series B financing round that brought in $25 million for UrbanFootprint and took part in a separate funding activity for Tamr, the investment company said Tuesday.
UrbanFootprint is a Berkeley, California-headquartered developer of web-based geospatial software designed to help users visualize data for urban, environmental and socio-economic planning efforts.
Cambridge, Massachusetts-based Tamr built a cloud-native platform that employs machine learning and seeks to consolidate enterprise data into a single source.
Dcode said it has supported market growth initiatives at more than 100 venture-backed technology companies since 2016.