The firm has seen its business productivity tools adopted by thousands of businesses and organisations around the world and is looking to grab further market share by adding a series of new features and functionality.
Chief executive Ashley Marron said: “MindGenius has always been a product that combines mind-mapping and project management functionality. There’s an untapped market of users who use it for managing businesses and products but who don’t see themselves as mind-mappers.”
Marron helped to spin-out MindGenius from Gael, which was sold to industry heavyweight Ideagen for more than £20m in 2015. MindGenius aims to hit £10m in revenues within five years.