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Alfresco triples its funding to go faster to market

Alfresco (the on-premise/cloud/hybrid enterprise content management and collaboration vendor) has recently announced it’s raised $45m in Series D funding “to increase velocity of its Go-to-Market strategy globally”.

Alfresco Raises $45M for Secure File Sharing

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. 

Alfresco raises $45 million in funding

Content management firm Alfresco has raised £27 million ($45 million) in capital to help serve an expanding customer base and meet future demand. 

Funding Daily: Enterprise software and a smart cup get big money

Alfresco Software has nabbed $45 million to boost its standing in the competitive enterprise content-management (ECM) market. The company said the funding is for its go-to-market strategy worldwide, including increasing its marketing spend, adding sales people, and expanding development of its...

Alfresco Software garners $45 mln

Alfresco Software said Thursday that it has received $45 million in funding. Sageview Capital led the round with participation from previous backers Accel Partners, Mayfield Fund and SAP Ventures. In addition to the funding, Ned Gilhuly, founding partner at Sageview Capital has been added to...

Alfresco raises $45M to market its enterprise content management system globally

Alfresco Software raised $45 million in new funding as it seeks new global markets forits enterprise document management. The San Mateo and United Kingdom-based company led by CEO Doug Dennerline said the round was led by Sageview Capital and joined by existing investors Accel Partners, Mayfield...

Alfresco Raises A Fresh $45M To Fuel Open-Source Enterprise Content Management

Alfresco, an open source, enterprise content management startup, is today announcing a new round of funding of $45 million —  a Series D round that is more than twice as big as all of its previous rounds put together. The UK-based company competes against legacy services like EMC Documentum (which...

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