Richmond-based Envera Health Inc., a growing company that offers services to health care providers, has completed a new, $2 million investment round.

The company, founded in 2015, offers software and services to health care providers such as hospital networks that help them better communicate with patients and coordinate services.

The investors are two Richmond-based venture capital funds — Harbert Growth Partners and NRV — and Atlanta-based investment firm Noro-Moseley Partners.

The three firms have previously invested in Envera, having led a $14 million investment round in 2016 after the company acquired two area businesses: inHEALTH and MedVirginia, which were integrated into the business. Both NRV, founded in 2011, and Harbert Growth Partners, founded in 2002, invest in emerging, high-growth businesses.

“We continue to see the marketplace demanding the type of services that we have,” said Dan Neuwirth, Envera’s CEO and founder. “That is accelerating our growth, and we are signing up new customers.”

“We have put in more capital to help support the trajectory of the business now,” he said.

Last year, Envera Health consolidated its local operations and moved its 120 employees into a headquarters office in 27,000 square feet of office space in the Riverside on the James building along the Haxall Canal.

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