RALEIGH —  Feedtrail, which offers a web-based application to get customer feedback in real time with the goal of improving satisfaction and retention, has raised nearly $800,000 in equity, according to a recent securities filing.

Six investors contributed to the round, which is capped at $$975,000 with $175,000 remaining to be sold.

The filing did not indicate how the company intends to use the funds.

Last year, the startup raised an additional $1 million in equity.

Launched in 2017 by Paul Jaglowski, Feedtrail is backed by Cary-based Cofounders Capital with headquarters in Raleigh.

The company has offices worldwide, and its platform results in an 800 percent increase in patient feedback received by hospitals per month, according to its website..

The company works with healthcare organizations of all specialties and sizes. Our current clients include 20 bed critical access hospitals, 3,000-plus bed health systems, 70+ location medical clinic groups, physical rehabilitation clinics, concierge medicine practices, and cancer institutes.

In North Carolina, clients include INOVA, partnerMD, High Point Regional UNC Health  Care; North Memorial Health, HEALTHSOUTH,

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