Acquia, which produces commercial versions of the open source web content management system Drupal announced two key acquisitions this week that it hopes will make it more attractive to enterprise buyers, especially those with legacy systems.
Acquia, the leading provider of commercial solutions for Drupal, announced today that it has acquired Cyrve, a provider of Drupal migration services, and Growing Venture Solutions (GVS), a provider of Drupal security services. With these acquisitions, Acquia is also introducing today Acquia Migration Services and Acquia Security Services for Drupal enterprise website owners.
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The recognized leader in enterprise Drupal support, Acquia provided critical relationship management services, facilitating communication, change management, and technical knowledge sharing across the various parties. Acquia additionally provided architectural assistance and continues to provide the Department of Energy with ongoing Elite 24x7 support.
Dries Buytaert, Acquia Founder/CTO and Drupal Creator/Project Lead, is interviewed in Belgium's De Tijd publication. To view the original article, please click here. To read the English translated version, please click here.
Drupal-based software developer Acquia announced on Wednesday that it has closed a $15 million Series D financing round. This news comes more than a month after Acquia announced its plans to partner with Ruby on Rails-based development and deployment platform Engine Yard.
CMS Wire reports on Acquia's Series D funding cycle, the fourth round of fundraising for the company, raising US$ 15 million. According to Dries Buytaert, Drupal creator and Acquia founder, this round of funding is all about growth.
Acquia, the popularizer of Drupal, the open source content management system, has gotten a $15 million D round, its largest yet, bringing total outside investment to $38.5 million.
It's supposed to use the money to expand internationally, particularly in Europe. It claims it's seeing rapid growth with revenues up 225% year-over-year and its customer base tripling to more than 1,500 in eight months.
Acquia, the Massachusetts-based social publishing system, closed a $15 million Series D investment round from Tenaya Capital, Northbridge Venture Partners and Sigma Partners. Brian Paul, Managing Partner of Tenaya Capital, will join Acquia’s board of directors. Other specifics of the transaction were not publicized.