Cloudsmith, a Belfast, Northern Ireland, UK-based software supply chain management company, recently announced that it has raised $11M in Series A2 funding. The funding round was led by MMC Ventures. With CEO Glenn Weinstein at the helm, Cloudsmith offers a cloud-based software supply chain management platform that provides a complete suite of artifact storage, management, and distribution solutions. This platform enables developers and companies to streamline and control their software supply chain, fostering better collaboration and accelerating product delivery.
With the new funds, Cloudsmith plans to scale its operations to meet the needs of its global client base, which includes notable software companies such as Shopify, PagerDuty, Font Awesome, HP, and EnterpriseDB.
As software development continues to become a widely distributed practice, Cloudsmith's services have become an ideal choice for companies with remote software teams. While the US remains Cloudsmith's largest market, the company has witnessed a surge in demand from various countries, including the UK, Germany, and Australia.
Glenn Weinstein, the CEO of Cloudsmith, emphasized the global nature of software development and its impact on the company's client base by stating, "Cloudsmith is a great choice for companies with software teams distributed in remote locations, and whilst the US is our largest market, we continue to see increased demand from a range of countries including the UK, Germany, and Australia."