Swiss startup Strong Network aims for global expansion with €5.1m war chest

The SaaS company will focus the funds on accelerating the European and American roll-out of its software

Kelsey Rees
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Swiss startup Strong Network aims for global expansion with €5.1m war chest

B2B SaaS startup Strong Network has raised €5.1m in funding led by OpenOcean, and joined by Wingman Ventures for its global expansion across the US and Europe.  The company also plans to roll-out its SaaS product and develop its sales teams across the globe with the new funding.  Strong Network's clients range from early-stage startups to Fortune 500 companies. For developers, the group offers a multi-cloud platform with integrations with development tools such as GitHub, GitLab, BitBuc...

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