Mobile DevOps company Bitrise raises $60 million Series C

Mobile DevOps firm Bitrise announced that it has raised a $60 million Series C funding round led by Insight Partners. Y Combinator, Fiedler Capital, Partech, Zobito, Open Ocean also participated in the round. 

Founded in 2014 by Barnabas Birmacher, Daniel Balla, and Viktor Benei, Bitrise has raised $100 million so far. The company plans to expand its customer reach as well as supporting R&D and attracting top tier talents. 

Bitrise provides a platform to build mobile applications faster by saving time and money with a flexible mobile CI/CD. It offers more than 300 steps and integrations to easily connect the processes and services developers use in their mobile development workflows. 

“There’s been a lot of talk about the impact of the pandemic on mobile adoption, and that’s also what we saw. Over the last two years, we went from mostly catering to very mobile-savvy teams to seeing massive ‘traditional’ enterprises fully commit to building in-house mobile teams that are increasingly sophisticated,” Birmacher, CEO and co-founder, said in an emailed statement. 

“From those same customers, we hear that this is a direct result of the huge increase in importance of mobile for their business success. There’s no more putting off investment, or half-assing an effort. They are seeing that, regardless of how big or established they are, doing mobile right is a matter of surviving and thriving as a business.”

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