MORRISVILLE, N.C. – 6th Sense Analytics has landed an additional $5 million in venture capital and a new investor.

Core Capital, which is based in Washington, D.C., led the new round of funding. Intersouth, which is based in Durham and backed 6th Sense with its first funding, also participated.

6th Sense is offering a hosted, or software-as-a-service solution that tracks development of software projects. The company, which launched in 2004, has raised $6.7 million in all.

Executives from the firm are in California this week touting a new release of their product.

William Dunbar, managing director of Core Capital, will join the 6th Sense board of directors as part of the deal.

“6th Sense Analytics provides a simple and novel solution to the longstanding challenge of gaining visibility into software development processes,” Dunbar said in a statement. “Based on our experience in the market, we believe the opportunities for growth are significant, especially as more companies initiate complex software development projects.”