Symphony, a workplace chat program for Wall Street traders, is setting its sights beyond Manhattan’s stock exchanges.
The company announced a $63-million funding round on Tuesday that will help fuel its expansion into new markets outside of the financial services industry.
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The cash infusion, led by French banking group BNP Paribas, brings Symphony’s total worth to more than $1 billion, a source close to the company confirmed. A spokesperson declined to comment on the valuation.
All told, the company has now raised $233 million to date. Read more…
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