ALPHARETTA,KevSoft Corporation, a startup focused on performance and scalability software, has closed on $1 million in Series A funding.

Southeastern Technology Fund led the round for KevSoft, which was launched in 2001.

KevSoft already has released its first product, TScale, which the company says optimizes server’s use of virtual memory and thus reduces needs for additional servers by 33 percent. KevSoft has more than 45 customers.

“We allow our customers to rapidly increase the capacity of their existing servers at a price that delivers an instant return on investment of more than 400 percent compared to the alternative of making additional hardware purchases,” said KevSoft’s Bernd Harzog, chief executive officer.

Harzog said the company would use the funding to expand marketing efforts and also to add to its product line.

As part of the investment, Mark Dunkel and Ramsay Battin of Southeastern Technology Fund will join KevSoft’s board.

Kevin Goodman founded the company last year.