Alphabet and Salesforce-backed software debugging tool provider Snyk has now raised $452m in funding altogether and pushed its valuation to more than $2.6bn.
Snyk, a US-based software debugging tool developer backed by internet technology group Alphabet and enterprise software producer Salesforce, secured $200m yesterday in a series D round led by investment firm Addition. The round valued the company above $2.6bn, up from more than $1bn when it closed its last round in January this year. Its overall…
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