Retail software company Index raises $19 million

San Francisco-based retail software company Index has raised $19 million in Series B funding. The investment was led by General Catalyst, with participation from Datalogix founder Rob Gierkink. This brings total funds raised by Index to $26 million since date.

Rob Gierkink, an XIR (executive-in-residence) at General Catalyst, will chair Index’s board of directors. David Fialkow, General Catalyst co-founder and managing director will also be joining Index’s board.

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