Irvine’s Integrien Corp., a startup maker of software that helps manage e-commerce, stock trading and other programs that are costly if they go down, on Wednesday said it raised $6.5 million in venture funding.
This was Integrien’s third round of venture funding for an estimated total of $30 million raised to date.
Its investors are Menlo Park-based Clearstone Venture Partners and private equity firm Acartha Group LLC.
Integrien plans to use the money to expand its sales and marketing efforts, according to Chief Financial Officer Mark Smialowicz.
“The company is going through a really big growth period right now,” he said.
Integrien’s software helps manage other monitoring software. It analyzes data through complex algorithms and tells tech workers when to pay attention and what to pay attention to in order to head-off potential problems.
Integrien targets customers in healthcare, banking, payment processing and online retail.
Some of its customers include Lake Forest’s Western Digital Corp., J.P. Morgan Chase & Co., eBay Inc.’s Shopping.com, San Diego’s Qualcomm Inc. and Baxter International Inc., among others.
Integrien was started in 2005 by Al Eisaian and Mazda Marvasti, who came from LowerMyBills Inc., which runs a Web site that connects prospective home buyers to lenders.
That company was bought by Experian Inc. in 2005 for $330 million.
Integrien has about 20 workers in Irvine and 50 in all. The privately held company doesn’t disclose financials.