Datacraft Solutions, a provider of supply chain solutions through a software as a service model, has closed on $4 million in venture capital.

The Series A round was led by True Ventures.

The funding was first reported by Private Equity Wire and VentureWire.

Datacraft focuses on just-in-time, lean manufacturing technology.
True Ventures has offices in Virginia and California.

“Given the rate in which our customers find a return on investment, typically 2-4 months, we are confident that True Ventures made a wise decision in working with us and are proud to work with them in recognizing the market opportunities in the replenishment supply chain arena,” said Stephen Parker, chief executive officer at Datacraft.

John Burke of true Ventures said Datacraft met several criteria that the venture firm set for making an invnestment.

“In all dimensions, Datacraft Solutions is just what we look for, a world class management team, and a rapidly growing nimble company in a very large market with rock solid technology and very happy customers,” he said in a statement. “We have known Stephen Parker for several years. He is the sort of entrepreneur and leader that we love to invest in, hes a capital efficient, sales oriented, pit bull tough entrepreneur. We look forward to working with Stephen and the rest of the team for years to come.”

Datacraft launched its business in 2001.