Hygraph, a Berlin, Germany-based federated content platform that allows true composability of your stack, announced that it raised $30 million in Series B funding to accelerate the next generation of content management for the era of composable architectures.
The round was led by One Peak, with participation from OpenOcean, Peak, SquareOne Venture Capital, and Boris Lokschin, bringing Hygraph's total funding to $43.7 million.
The fresh funds will be used to support Hygraph's ongoing platform innovation and scale its go-to-market, with a particular focus on North America.
‘’In the same way, the headless CMS changed content distribution, Hygraph is disrupting the integration of content and data to enable the creation of new digital services and business models in the content economy. Our new funding round will allow us to further scale our business, as we aim to do for content management what the likes of MuleSoft did for integration,” said Michael Lukaszczyk, CEO and co-founder at Hygraph.
Hygraph’s federated content platform represents the next generation of content management, powering a many-to-many relationship between different content sources and devices.
Today, Hygraph is used by fast-moving digital teams globally, including Dr. Oetker, Shure, Samsung, Ashley Furniture, and Philips.
Company: Hygraph GmbH
Round: Series B
Funding Month: March 2023
Lead Investors: One Peak
Additional Investors: OpenOcean, Peak, SquareOne Venture Capital, and Boris Lokschin
Company Website: https://hygraph.com/
Software Category: Content Management System (CMS)
About the Company: Hygraph (previously GraphCMS) is the first native GraphQL Headless Content Management System (CMS) and has now evolved as a federated content platform, enabling teams across the world to unify, structure, enrich and distribute content from anywhere to anywhere. Hygraph enables teams to create and publish application content via an intuitive content studio, or programmatically consume and deliver content through existing frontends and backends. Hygraph's mission is to remove traditional content management pain points by using the power of GraphQL, and take the idea of a Headless CMS to the next level.