RALEIGH – SchedulePop, a Raleigh startup focusing on scheduling software for restaurants, is looking for investors to provide up to $2 million in debt financing. And backers are signing on.

According to a new SEC filing, SchedulePop has secured $750,000 from 12 investors. The company wants another $1.25 million.

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The company raised $1 million in equity financing in 2018.

The software is usable across all mobile platforms, lets employees and managers handle time-off requests and is capable of sending text and e-mail alerts.

Benjamin Wingrove, founder of SchedulePop, is the firm’s CEO.  He also co-owns Hopscotch Music Festival, an annual Raleigh-based music festival.

He received his MBA from Wake Forest University and his BA in business administration from UNC-Chapel Hill.