FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE (Birmingham, MI – March 23, 2021)…Kevin Lasser, CEO of RevKeep, announced that the software company received funds from The Business Accelerator Fund in Michigan. RevKeep partnered with TechTown Detroit Capital Strategist Dawn Batts and Entrepreneur in Residence Fathi Abdelsalam to apply and acquire funds to support the continued growth of their cloudbased revenue cycle software solution. “We chose TechTown as our incubator based on their knowledge and expertise in helping businesses grow – and we were not disappointed,” said Lasser. “We are fully engaged with increasing Michigan’s reputation as a tech incubator.” RevKeep received funds in two tranches in late 2020 and the first quarter of 2021 above the average $10K awarded to small companies. The BAF Funds are earmarked for legal fees, HIPAA compliance work, and website development. The Business Accelerator Fund (BAF) is available to participating business accelerators in Michigan’s statewide SmartZone network. These funds are used toward the delivery of specialized services that are not otherwise available from these business accelerators, to assist advanced technology companies regardless of the company’s geography. A participating business accelerator will engage a third-party specialist to help advance the client’s path to commercialization, company success, and economic impact for the state of Michigan. BAF requests are reviewed and awarded through a competitive process. ABOUT REVKEEP RevKeep is a proprietary cloud-based software designed to efficiently manage post-payment claims audits for all types of providers, including hospitals and hospital systems, physician practices, physician specialty practices, ambulatory service centers, home healthcare providers, and chiropractors. ### Media Note: For more information, please contact Tina Fleming at 248/613-3898 or firstname.lastname@example.org.