Savii Inc., a Cary-based company selling software to the home health care industry, has raised nearly $900,000 of a $1.99 million equity round, according to a regulatory filing.

The company, previously known as Akili Software, raised the funds from 13 investors, according to the filing with the US Securities and Exchange Commission.

CoFounders Capital, the entrepreneurship group founded by angel investor David Gardner, made its 7th investment in Saviiin April, when Savii raised just over $695,000 in equity.

The company is located in the CoFounder’s Cary incubator facility.

Savii says its home care agency management platform is the most complete care coordination software available.

Its web site describes the following features:

  • NO connectivity needed. Finally a tool that lets your caregiver document their visits with no dependence on telephony or paper.
  • Electronic task lists and care journals reduce the amount of paperwork they need to maintain.
  • GPS validated time keeping lets you know when they have arrived at scheduled shifts.
  • Add availability, including PRN availability, view and accept offered shifts, and reduce the number of phone calls to your care coordinator.
  • Capture signatures with date and time stamp.
  • All completed weekly aide logs are printable with signatures for LTC billing if needed.

SEC filing