Bitrise, a Budapest, Hungary-based mobile continuous integration and delivery platform, raised $20m in series B funding.
The round was led by Partech with participation from new investor Zobito and existing investors OpenOcean, Y Combinator, and Fiedler Capital. In conjunction with the funding, Partech’s Reza Malekzadeh and OpenOcean’s Ekaterina Almasque will join the company’s board.
The company intends to use the funds to invest in its platform and to ramp up hiring in its US, UK, and Hungarian offices, expand its remote workforce and explore new locations to support its user base.
Led by co-founder and CEO Barnabas Birmacher, Bitrise provides a full mobile DevOps platform, giving mobile teams a place to build and operate mobile applications from the first install. The solution currently processes over 1,500,000 monthly mobile builds for Android, iOS, React Native, Xamarin, Flutter and more. It supports over 200 integrations with the tools, products, and processes developers use, including app dev favorites Slack, Amazon’s Device Farm, JIRA and more.
The platform forms the core of tens of thousands of app development processes worldwide, including those of Travelex, Virgin Mobile, Careem, DeNA, Buffer, Mozilla and more.
Founded in 2014, the company has offices in Budapest, London, and San Francisco.