Outside investment to legal tech companies continues to climb to record-breaking figures. Cellphone-based time tracking app Billseye is one of the latest to capitalize on the receptive market. Earlier this month, Billseye announced it secured a $100,000 investment from the Google for Startups Black Founders Fund.

Google’s fund, which totals $5 million, was launched in June 2020 to invest in Black founders who have, in part, been “disproportionately locked out of access to capital,” according to Google’s press release at the time. Prior to this funding, Billseye previously won the ABA TechShow’s Startup Alley competition in 2019.

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