Belfast-based software company Cloudsmith raises $11m in funding

Backers include Dublin-based Frontline Ventures, Techstart and Sarah Friar, the Northern Irish-born leader of Nextdoor

Glenn Weinstein, chief executive of Cloudsmith: “we’ve been successfully disrupting and reinventing the software supply chain market”

Cloudsmith, a Belfast-based software supply chain management company, has raised $11 million (€10 million) in Series A2 financing.

The company said it intends to use the funds to scale operations.

Founded in 2016, by former NYSE developers Alan Carson and Lee Skillen, the company has developed an artefact repository and caching platform that provides digital storage for software assets under development.

Now led by Glenn Weinstein, the company’s client base includes Shopify, PagerDuty, Font Awesome, ...