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Open Source Startup Acquia Raises $30 Million in New Funding [Nov 30, 2012]

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Acquia, the lead commercial sponsor behind Drupal, this week announced its latest round of venture financing. The new E round, worth $30 million, will help the company grow its suite of services and its global footprint for delivering a full-featured CMS.

Acquia has raised $68.5 million in funding since the company was created in 2008. Acquia's first round of financing brought in $7 million and included North Bridge Venture Partners, Sigma Partners and O'Reilly AlphaTech Ventures. The new round adds Investor Growth Capital, Goldman Sachs and Accolade Partners as investors in the open source startup.

Burlington startup raises $30M [Dec 2, 2012]

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BURLINGTON -- Acquia, an open-source software startup, announced last week that it has raised $30 million in new funding to expand its business.

CEO Tom Erickson told Mass High-Tech that the funding round is likely to be the company's last before going public. It was led by new investor Growth Capital and included participation from Goldman Sachs, also a new investor, Acquia officials said in a press release.

Other investors include returnees Accolade Partners, North Bridge Partners, Sigma Partners and Tenaya Capital.

Five-year-old Acquia helps more than 2,500 business customers manage, maintain and monitor their websites using Drupal.

Acquia Snags US$ 30 Million Financing Round, Directs Focus on Europe, APAC [Nov 29, 2012]

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CMS Wire

Acquia, which provides products and services in support of the open source web experience management platform Drupal, has completed a US$ 30 million financing round. The company said the financing will be used to push sales and marketing — particularly in Europe and Asia Pacific.

The latest cash infusion brings the company's investment total to US$ 68.5 million. The most recent round was led by Investor Growth Capital, whose Jose Suarez will soon join the Board. The investors also included Goldman Sachs, Accolade Partners, and current investors, North Bridge Venture Partners, Sigma Partners and Tenaya Capital.

Drupal Sponsor Acquia Brings in $68.5 Million of Funding [Nov 29, 2012]

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Enterprise Apps Today

New round of funding will help build and expand the operations of open source enterprise content management system vendor Acquia.

There is a lot of money backing the open source Drupal content management system (CMS). Acquia, the lead commercial sponsor behind Drupal, today announced its latest round of venture financing. The new E round, worth $30 million, will help the company grow its suite of services and its global footprint for delivering a full-featured CMS.

Acquia has raised $68.5 million in funding since the company was created in 2008. Acquia's first round of financing brought in $7 million and included North Bridge Venture Partners, Sigma Partners and O'Reilly AlphaTech Ventures. The new round adds Investor Growth Capital, Goldman Sachs and Accolade Partners as investors in the open source startup.

"It's a lot of money but we're on a big mission," Drupal founder Dries Buytaert wrote in a blog post. "We believe that Drupal is uniquely positioned to provide a single, unified platform for content, community and commerce applications."

Acquia haalt 30 miljoen dollar op [29 november 2012]

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Thursday, 29 November 2012
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Knack

Drupal-specialist Acquia, het bedrijf van de Belg Dries Buytaert, heeft in een zogenaamde 'Series E'-kapitaalronde nog eens de aanzienlijke som van 30 miljoen dollar opgehaald.

Acquia haalde de extra 30 miljoen dollar op bij Investor Growth Capital, Goldman Sachs, Accolade Partners en bij de bestaande investeerders North Bridge Venture Partners, Sigma Partners en Tenaya Capital. Alles samen haalde het in 2007 opgerichte bedrijf zo al 68,5 miljoen dollar op. Jose Suarez van Investor Growth Capital krijgt ook een zitje in de raad van bestuur van Acquia.

Open source software firm Acquia raises $30 mln [Nov 29, 2012]

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(Reuters) - Acquia, a U.S. startup that advises enterprises on open source content management system Drupal, said it has raised $30 million from Investor Growth Capital and other venture firms to finance its expansion.

"We are at a stage where we are seeing tremendous growth," Acquia co-founder and Drupal creator Dries Buytaert said in a telephone interview, adding the financing will enable Acquia to invest in new products, sales and marketing, and to expand in Europe and Asia.

"There seems to be a big shift from funding consumer Internet companies to enterprise Internet companies. It seems enterprise software is sexy again," Buytaert said.

Acquia Looks To 2014 IPO With New $30M Round [Nov 29, 2012]

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Forbes

Acquia, a startup that provides services on top of the open source Drupal web platform, has raised $30 million as it looks towards a 2014 initial public offering.

The round was led by Europe-based late stage private equity firm Investor Growth Capital, with new investors Goldman Sachs and Accolade Partners (which is a limited partner in venture funds), along with existing investors Northbridge Venture Partners, Sigma Partners and Tenaya Capital. Acquia plans to use the funding to expand sales and marketing and expand in Europe and Asia.

The Daily Startup: Acquia Funded for Expansion of Content-Management Technology [Nov 29, 2012]

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Wall Street Journal

Acquia, a company commercializing Drupal, has raised another $30 million in funding and aims to ride the open-source technology to an IPO, according to Acquia Chief Executive Tom Erickson. More than 1.5 million websites, including whitehouse.gov, run on Drupal, an interactive software platform used for content management and e-commerce. Acquia’s Series E round was led by Investor Growth Capital.

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Drupal software firm Acquia raises another $30M [Nov 29, 2012]

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Thursday, November 29, 2012
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Boston Herald

Burlington-based Acquia, makers of the open-source software platform Drupal, said today it has completed a $30 million financing round, bringing total investment in the company to $68.5 million.

Led by new investor Investor Growth Capital, the round also included Goldman Sachs and Accolade Partners, as well as all of the company’s current investors, including North Bridge Venture Partners, Sigma Partners and Tenaya Capital.

The new funding will enable Acquia to accelerate its sales and marketing efforts, and continue its international expansion across Europe and Asia, the company said.

Acquia, a Burlington software company, completes $30m financing [Nov 29, 2012]

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Boston Globe

Acquia Inc., a Burlington company that offers products and services to help customers build websites using an open source publishing platform called Drupal, said that it has completed a $30 million financing round, bringing total investment in the company to $68.5 million.

Led by new investor Investor Growth Capital, the round includes Goldman Sachs and Accolade Partners, as well as all of Acquia’s current investors, North Bridge Venture Partners, Sigma Partners, and Tenaya Capital, Acquia said in a press release.

Acquia said that the new financing round will enable the company to accelerate its sales and marketing efforts and continue its international expansion across Europe and Asia Pacific.

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