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Founded Year

1998

Stage

Unattributed VC | Alive

Total Raised

$30.72M

Last Raised

$850K | 21 yrs ago

About ANCILE

ANCILE is a company that focuses on digital learning, specifically in the healthcare and business application sectors. The company's main product, uPerform, is a platform that provides just-in-time training and support, helping users to adopt and proficiently use various software applications. It offers tools for content delivery, creation, and management, and is designed to reinforce learning, accelerate content creation, and simplify management. It was founded in 1998 and is based in San Diego, California.

Headquarters Location

9381 Judicial Drive Suite 160

San Diego, California, 92121,

United States

858-677-2100

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Latest ANCILE News

Somalia to receive electronic countermeasure equipment

Sep 22, 2022

22 September 2022 Allen-Vanguard's workshop in Somalia. (Allen-Vanguard) Allen-Vanguard will deliver electronic countermeasure (ECM) equipment to Somalia in a multimillion Canadian dollar deal, the company announced on 21 September. An Allen-Vanguard spokesperson told Janes that the company has received USD5 million in funding from an undisclosed customer to deliver its ECM systems to protect individuals most at risk in Somalia. Allen-Vanguard 3XXX ECM suite of systems (3140, 3230, & 3330) will be delivered to the country. The family of systems protects militaries from radio controlled improvised explosive devices (RCIEDs) and can be mounted on most vehicle platforms or deployed in a static-point protection role, the company said. The company is also delivering its Scorpion manportable ECM solution, which protects personnel from RCIEDs and unmanned aircraft systems (UASs), as well as its Ancile counter-UAS (C-UAS). The spokesperson noted that the ECM capabilities are intended for “internationally mentored Somalian entities”. However, they were unable to disclose specific unit quantities. As part of the agreement, the company will also provide backup and support from its in-theatre team to maintain protection from new threats. Allen-Vanguard's workshop in Somalia. (Allen-Vanguard) Allen-Vanguard will deliver electronic countermeasure (ECM) equipment to Somalia in a multimillion Canadian dollar deal, the company announced on 21 September. An Allen-Vanguard spokesperson told Janes that the company has received USD5 million in funding from an undisclosed customer to deliver its ECM systems to protect individuals most at risk in Somalia. Allen-Vanguard 3XXX ECM suite of systems (3140, 3230, & 3330) will be delivered to the country. The family of systems protects militaries from radio controlled improvised explosive devices (RCIEDs) and can be mounted on most vehicle platforms or deployed in a static-point protection role, the company said. The company is also delivering its Scorpion manportable ECM solution, which protects personnel from RCIEDs and unmanned aircraft systems (UASs), as well as its Ancile counter-UAS (C-UAS). The spokesperson noted that the ECM capabilities are intended for “internationally mentored Somalian entities”. However, they were unable to disclose specific unit quantities. As part of the agreement, the company will also provide backup and support from its in-theatre team to maintain protection from new threats. Allen-Vanguard's workshop in Somalia. (Allen-Vanguard) Allen-Vanguard will deliver electronic countermeasure (ECM) equipment to Somalia in a multimillion Canadian dollar deal, the company announced on 21 September. An Allen-Vanguard spokesperson told Janes that the company has received USD5 million in funding from an undisclosed customer to deliver its ECM systems to protect individuals most at risk in Somalia. Allen-Vanguard 3XXX ECM suite of systems (3140, 3230, & 3330) will be delivered to the country. The family of systems protects militaries from radio controlled improvised explosive devices (RCIEDs) and can be mounted on most vehicle platforms or deployed in a static-point protection role, the company said. The company is also delivering its Scorpion manportable ECM solution, which protects personnel from RCIEDs and unmanned aircraft systems (UASs), as well as its Ancile counter-UAS (C-UAS). The spokesperson noted that the ECM capabilities are intended for “internationally mentored Somalian entities”. However, they were unable to disclose specific unit quantities. As part of the agreement, the company will also provide backup and support from its in-theatre team to maintain protection from new threats. Allen-Vanguard's workshop in Somalia. (Allen-Vanguard) Allen-Vanguard will deliver electronic countermeasure (ECM) equipment to Somalia in a multimillion Canadian dollar deal, the company announced on 21 September. An Allen-Vanguard spokesperson told Janes that the company has received USD5 million in funding from an undisclosed customer to deliver its ECM systems to protect individuals most at risk in Somalia. Allen-Vanguard 3XXX ECM suite of systems (3140, 3230, & 3330) will be delivered to the country. The family of systems protects militaries from radio controlled improvised explosive devices (RCIEDs) and can be mounted on most vehicle platforms or deployed in a static-point protection role, the company said. The company is also delivering its Scorpion manportable ECM solution, which protects personnel from RCIEDs and unmanned aircraft systems (UASs), as well as its Ancile counter-UAS (C-UAS). The spokesperson noted that the ECM capabilities are intended for “internationally mentored Somalian entities”. However, they were unable to disclose specific unit quantities. As part of the agreement, the company will also provide backup and support from its in-theatre team to maintain protection from new threats. Allen-Vanguard's workshop in Somalia. (Allen-Vanguard) Allen-Vanguard will deliver electronic countermeasure (ECM) equipment to Somalia in a multimillion Canadian dollar deal, the company announced on 21 September. An Allen-Vanguard spokesperson told Janes that the company has received USD5 million in funding from an undisclosed customer to deliver its ECM systems to protect individuals most at risk in Somalia. Allen-Vanguard 3XXX ECM suite of systems (3140, 3230, & 3330) will be delivered to the country. The family of systems protects militaries from radio controlled improvised explosive devices (RCIEDs) and can be mounted on most vehicle platforms or deployed in a static-point protection role, the company said. The company is also delivering its Scorpion manportable ECM solution, which protects personnel from RCIEDs and unmanned aircraft systems (UASs), as well as its Ancile counter-UAS (C-UAS). The spokesperson noted that the ECM capabilities are intended for “internationally mentored Somalian entities”. However, they were unable to disclose specific unit quantities. As part of the agreement, the company will also provide backup and support from its in-theatre team to maintain protection from new threats. Allen-Vanguard's workshop in Somalia. (Allen-Vanguard) Allen-Vanguard will deliver electronic countermeasure (ECM) equipment to Somalia in a multimillion Canadian dollar deal, the company announced on 21 September. An Allen-Vanguard spokesperson told Janes that the company has received USD5 million in funding from an undisclosed customer to deliver its ECM systems to protect individuals most at risk in Somalia. Allen-Vanguard 3XXX ECM suite of systems (3140, 3230, & 3330) will be delivered to the country. The family of systems protects militaries from radio controlled improvised explosive devices (RCIEDs) and can be mounted on most vehicle platforms or deployed in a static-point protection role, the company said. The company is also delivering its Scorpion manportable ECM solution, which protects personnel from RCIEDs and unmanned aircraft systems (UASs), as well as its Ancile counter-UAS (C-UAS). The spokesperson noted that the ECM capabilities are intended for “internationally mentored Somalian entities”. However, they were unable to disclose specific unit quantities. As part of the agreement, the company will also provide backup and support from its in-theatre team to maintain protection from new threats. Allen-Vanguard's workshop in Somalia. (Allen-Vanguard) Allen-Vanguard will deliver electronic countermeasure (ECM) equipment to Somalia in a multimillion Canadian dollar deal, the company announced on 21 September. An Allen-Vanguard spokesperson told Janes that the company has received USD5 million in funding from an undisclosed customer to deliver its ECM systems to protect individuals most at risk in Somalia. Allen-Vanguard 3XXX ECM suite of systems (3140, 3230, & 3330) will be delivered to the country. The family of systems protects militaries from radio controlled improvised explosive devices (RCIEDs) and can be mounted on most vehicle platforms or deployed in a static-point protection role, the company said. The company is also delivering its Scorpion manportable ECM solution, which protects personnel from RCIEDs and unmanned aircraft systems (UASs), as well as its Ancile counter-UAS (C-UAS). The spokesperson noted that the ECM capabilities are intended for “internationally mentored Somalian entities”. However, they were unable to disclose specific unit quantities. As part of the agreement, the company will also provide backup and support from its in-theatre team to maintain protection from new threats. Allen-Vanguard's workshop in Somalia. (Allen-Vanguard) Allen-Vanguard will deliver electronic countermeasure (ECM) equipment to Somalia in a multimillion Canadian dollar deal, the company announced on 21 September. An Allen-Vanguard spokesperson told Janes that the company has received USD5 million in funding from an undisclosed customer to deliver its ECM systems to protect individuals most at risk in Somalia. Allen-Vanguard 3XXX ECM suite of systems (3140, 3230, & 3330) will be delivered to the country. The family of systems protects militaries from radio controlled improvised explosive devices (RCIEDs) and can be mounted on most vehicle platforms or deployed in a static-point protection role, the company said. The company is also delivering its Scorpion manportable ECM solution, which protects personnel from RCIEDs and unmanned aircraft systems (UASs), as well as its Ancile counter-UAS (C-UAS). The spokesperson noted that the ECM capabilities are intended for “internationally mentored Somalian entities”. However, they were unable to disclose specific unit quantities. As part of the agreement, the company will also provide backup and support from its in-theatre team to maintain protection from new threats.

ANCILE Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was ANCILE founded?

    ANCILE was founded in 1998.

  • Where is ANCILE's headquarters?

    ANCILE's headquarters is located at 9381 Judicial Drive, San Diego.

  • What is ANCILE's latest funding round?

    ANCILE's latest funding round is Unattributed VC.

  • How much did ANCILE raise?

    ANCILE raised a total of $30.72M.

  • Who are the investors of ANCILE?

    Investors of ANCILE include U.S. Trust.

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