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Alfresco To Drive Growth After Funding Injection
von Tech Week Europe am 28 August 2014
Alfresco has announced a large injection of venture capital to help the Enterprise Content Management (ECM) vendor with its global growth drive. The Maidenhead, UK-based company, which is widely considered to be the world’s second most successful open source company after Red Hat, has received $45m...
Alfresco raises $45 million to boost ECM market share
von TechRadar Pro am 28 August 2014
Nearly 10 years after it was founded, Alfresco Software has received its biggest funding yet, $45 billion (about £28 million, AU$50 million), from a number of investors led by Sageview Capital.
Alfresco to bring content management into the world of file sharing
von Cloud Computing Intelligence am 28 August 2014
Alfresco hopes to blur the line between file sharing and content management with a new series of investments that should help develop and market the business and hit out at "content light" businesses like Box and Dropbox.
Alfresco shows it's no 'outsider' with $45m funding boost
von Tech Market View am 28 August 2014
Maidenhead-founded enterprise content management developer Alfresco Software has received its biggest ever investment, raising $45m in a Series D funding round. New investor Sageview Capital joined existing investors Accel Partners, Mayfield Fund and SAP Ventures in the round, which brings the...
Alfresco closes $45 million investment
von Data Centre Solutions Europe am 28 August 2014
Alfresco Software, a leading enterprise content management provider, has raised $45 million in growth capital to increase velocity of its Go-to-Market (GTM) strategy globally - focused on adding sales people investing in marketing, and expanding development to drive the Saas-ification of the...
Alfresco Raises $45M for Secure File Sharing
von Dow Jones - VentureWire am 28 August 2014
The need to control access to important corporate documents has become critical as more content moves online. Alfresco Software Inc. raised another $45 million at a valuation of more than $300 million to help customers better control how those documents are preserved and shared. 

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