GraphCMS, a Berlin, Germany-based content management platform for enterprises to deliver digital experiences, raised $10m in Series A funding round.
The round, which brought total funding to $13.7m, was led by OpenOcean, with participation from previous investors Peak and Paua Ventures, as well as Mango Capital’s Robin Vasan (investor in HashiCorp, Netlify and others), Fauna founder and CTO, Evan Weaver, and Instana (acquired by IBM) founder and CEO Mirko Novakovic. Ekaterina Almasque, General Partner at OpenOcean, will join the company’s board, in conjunction with the funding.
The company intends to use the funds to increase its focus on API integrations, accelerate product adoption, and scale its team globally with a particular focus on North America and Europe. Partnerships with digital agencies, software integrators and technology partners will allow GraphCMS to rapidly scale and expand its footprint.
Led by Michael Lukaszczyk, CEO and Co-Founder, GraphCMS provides an enterprise class content management platform currently enabling nearly 50,000 teams across the world to build and deliver omnichannel digital experiences at scale, from company intranets, to new financial services products to video-on-demand platforms.
The company has a growing portfolio of enterprise customers across Europe and the United States, all using its APIs to deliver digital experiences to millions of end users. Current customers include audio products corporation Shure, global ed-tech platform 2U Inc., multinational telecommunications company Telenor, and two European government bodies.