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[Funding News] UT-based Hona Raises $9.5M Series A Funding

Hona, an application that helps law firms update their clients on their case has raised $9.5 million Series A funding round led by Costanoa Ventures with participation from Ludlow Ventures, Soma Capital and Y Combinator. Startup wants to use the funds to further build out its platform capabilities and grow its customer base.

Hona, an application that helps law firms update their clients on their case has raised $9.5 million Series A funding round led by Costanoa Ventures with participation from Ludlow Ventures, Soma Capital and Y Combinator. Startup wants to use the funds to further build out its platform capabilities and grow its customer base.

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Hona is actively working towards SOC2 compliance to ensure the highest standards of security for user data. It’s team is quick to make updates and always open to feedback, ensuring that its solutions are not just cutting-edge but also user-friendly, making Hona a leader in legal tech innovation.

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“It’s not just clients who feel the impact of poor communication during legal proceedings; law firms do too. Frequent calls for case updates, legal explanations and administrative questions are time-consuming and divert resources away from resolving cases,” said Manny Griffiths, Co-Founder and CEO of Hona. “Our tools already save legal teams an average of 30 hours per month on redundant updates.”

About Hona

Founded in 2021 by Manny Griffiths, Matt McClellan, Joshua Christensen, Hona is an application that helps law firms update their clients on their case. Clients receive a better experience and law firms have less redundant communication. It’s effortlessly integrates with existing tools and workflows, providing a cohesive and powerful solution for the legal community. Its commitment to deepening these relationships goes beyond technology—it’s about fostering collaborative environments that empower users. 

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