Bitrise, a San Francisco-based Mobile DevOps company that works with more than 6,000 mobile organizations to get apps to market faster and smarter, closed its $60 million Series C funding round.
The round was led by Insight Partners and joined by existing investors including Partech, Open Ocean, Zobito, Fiedler Capital, Y Combinator, and H14. The new investment brings Bitrise’s total funding to nearly $100M.
Bitrise will use the new funding to close the chasm between the world’s growing demand for mobile products and the ability of today’s mobile organizations to deliver on those needs. Mobile developers are currently under extreme pressure to build more, faster while navigating an increasing number of moving parts and complexities.
Round: Series C
Funding Month: November 2021
Lead Investors: Insight Partners
Additional Investors: Partech, Open Ocean, Zobito, Fiedler Capital, Y Combinator and H14
Company Website: https://www.bitrise.io/
Software Category: Mobile app development
About the Company: Bitrise is a Mobile DevOps company, whose platform is used by more than 6,000 businesses to get apps to market faster, improve security and keep up with constantly changing mobile requirements. Bitrise enables the world’s most sophisticated mobile organizations, including half of all mobile unicorn startups, to automate testing, accelerate build times, and quickly understand how new pieces of code will affect live apps. Customers, including Rakuten, WISE, Bose, Virgin Mobile, Grindr, Tonal, Compass, Mozilla, Philips Hue, and Marks & Spencer, use Bitrise to rapidly respond to the changing mobile landscape. Bitrise is a Y Combinator company, headquartered in Budapest, with offices in London, San Francisco, Boston, and Tokyo.