Telstra, NTT Docomo, BMW, Google, Infosys and ABN Amro were among nearly a dozen investors that helped bring the data sorting platform's overall funding to $224m.

US-based data wrangling software producer Trifacta secured $100m in funding from investors including telecommunications firms Telstra and NTT Docomo, carmaker BMW, internet technology provider Google and IT consultancy Infosys yesterday. Financial services firm ABN Amro also took part in the round, through its Digital Impact Fund, along with Energy Impact Partners, Accel, Cathay Innovation, Greylock…

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