Tours and activities booking tech specialist Rezdy has raised a further $3 million as part of an expansion warchest in the North America region.
The round brings the total funding to date for the Australia-based company to just short of $10 million in six years.
Investors include previous backers, The Microequities VC Fund and Grand Prix Capital.
The company last raised capital through a $2.4 million Series B round in March 2017 from Bailador and Microequities.
It claims the latest injection of funds is an interim investment ahead of a "larger equity round later next year".
The round is being used to fund the opening of a second office in the U.S. (Raleigh) following the opening of its first location in Las Vegas.
Rezdy specializes in online booking integration with suppliers, including the ability to handle mobile bookings, resource allocation, customer details and payment gateways.
The focus on the region comes as it estimates there somewhere in the region of 67,000 supplier businesses in the U.S. alone.
Chief operating and chief financial officer, Chris Atkin, says: "There is an ever-growing demand for better technology to manage travel activity bookings as well as increase distribution.
"Tour, attraction and activity companies are always looking for ways to get more bookings online by automating their marketing and operations, and by connecting to new distribution channels."
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