The e-discovery technology company Logikcull has raised $25 million in Series B funding, its CEO and founder Andy Wilson announced this morning in a LinkedIn post.

New Enterprise Associates, a global venture capital firm specializing in technology and healthcare, led the round, with participation from previous investors OpenView Venture Partners and Storm Ventures. I

NEA has previously invested in such companies as, Workday and Mulesoft, and was one of the first venture investors in Apple. NEA general partner Chetan Puttagunta joins Logikcull’s board of directors.

Logikcull’s cloud-based software focuses on simplifying and automating the process of collecting and reviewing documents for e-discovery, internal investigations and public records response.