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Spectro Cloud Announces $20M Completion Of Series A Funding Led By Stripes

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Spectro Cloud, a next-gen Kubernetes enterprise management platform, has announced the completion of its Series A funding round, amounting to $20M. The funding round is led by Stripes, an investor in software and consumer products.

Spectro Cloud will use the current investment to fuel the continued expansion of its direct and partner sales and support channels both in the U.S. and internationally. Further, Spectro Cloud will continually focus on adding top engineering talent to improve its product and services for customers — arming them with the features they need to grow and capitalize on technologies that enable them to leverage new innovation for businesses and markets.

Prior to this current investment round, Spectro Cloud had previously raised $7.5M in seed funding from Sierra Ventures, boldstart ventures, WestWave Capital and Firebolt Ventures, all of which also participated in the current Series A funding round. Additional Series A investors include T-Mobile Ventures and Alter Venture Partners.

Spectro Cloud gives IT teams complete visibility, control and production-scale efficiencies to deliver highly-curated, IT-administered or self-service Kubernetes stacks and tools to developers based on their specific needs while maintaining granular governance, access control and security the business requires.