InCountry, a San Francisco, CA-based Data-Residency-as-a-Service platform, raised $15m in Series A funding.
The round, which brings its total capital raised to $21m, was led by Arbor Ventures, Global Founders Capital, and Mubadala of Abu Dhabi, with participation from previous investors including Caffeinated Capital, Felicis Ventures, Charles River Ventures, and Team Builder Ventures. In conjunction with the funding, Melissa Guzy, co-founder and managing partner at Arbor Ventures, will be joining InCountry’s board.
The company intends to use the funds to open regional offices in Singapore, Berlin, and Abu Dhabi, and launch its new product, InCountry Border, that will offer encryption and data handling capabilities that stay within border lines.
Led by Peter Yared, founder and CEO, InCountry provides a SaaS platform that securely stores, processes, and regulates profile data in its country of origin allowing multinationals to scale by providing integration.
The introduction of InCountry Border will provide a suite of new features to further secure and streamline the storage and processing of protected data, including:
– Localized encryption,
– High availability in highly-regulated countries,
– Integrates without coding.