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B Capital on Why They Invested In Armory

Oct 19, 2020 by Anthony Bibbs

After leading a $40 million dollar funding round in Armory last week, Rashmi Gopinath and Crissy Costa of B Capital wrote an great blog detailing why they chose to invest in us.

“Best-in-class DevOps solutions have never been more important to the global business community. This is why B Capital is thrilled to announce our investment in Armory, the enterprise software company commercializing Spinnaker, the leading open-source continuous delivery platform.”

– Rashmi Gopinath, B Capital

It’s safe to say that B Capital shares Armory’s vision: fast, safe software delivery is no longer just a “nice-to-have.

If you’re interested in learning how we can help you scale and improve your software delivery process, let us know here!

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