RALEIGH — Liine, a Saas startup in the healthcare space, has raised $900,000 in debt, according to a recent securities filing.

Twelve investors contributed to the round, which kicked off September 14. The firm is still seeking to raise an additional $100,000, the filing noted.

Other than the payment of salaries and other compensation and benefits, “no officer, director, manager, representative or promoter will receive any payments from the proceeds of the offering,” the filing noted.

Founded in 2016 by UNC-Chapel Hill grad Bradley Blaser, Liine is an artificial intelligence (AI)-powered platform that simplifies and improves how healthcare practices acquire new patients.

Prior to Liine, Blaser was a PE associate at Parthenon Capital.