OpenFin, the operating system (OS) for enterprise productivity, has raised $35 million in a Series D investment round led by Bank of America, with significant contributions from Pivot Investment Partners and ING Ventures. CME Ventures, CTC Venture Capital, SC Ventures and Tribeca Early Stage Partners also participated. The investment aims to fast-track the adoption of OpenFin OS across the financial industry and beyond. Presently used by over 3,800 banks and asset management firms in more than 60 countries, OpenFin’s web-based OS is increasingly becoming a standard in financial services.
The latest funding comes amid a period of record growth for OpenFin, spurred by the swift adoption of OpenFin Workspace, the OS’s visual interface. Launched in 2021, the Workspace includes an app launcher, notification centre, universal search and enterprise browser, helping to simplify user experiences across internal and reduce operational risk.
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