Series B financing round led by Forgepoint Capital

Cinchy receives 14.5 million Series B funding

New round of financing will help accelerate market outreach and expansion of dataware technology

Series B funding allows Cinchy to further capitalize on the surge in global demand for data fabric and data mesh solutions that help free the enterprise from unruly application ecosystems and regain greater control of their data.

Cinchy enables instant visibility into organizational data, offering an out-of-the-box solution that provides immediate time to value by turning abstract data concepts into actual live dataware deployments.

With Cinchy businesses in every demographic can begin to eliminate their dependence on costly, time-consuming integrations and can establish fully autonomous data networks. Free from encumbrances and centrally accessible, Dataware delivers enhanced business intelligence and fosters enter time to market for business outcomes.

Save time and money

Eliminate application-specific databases and data integration from transformation projects

Gain insights and agility

Business teams are able to self-discover, query, manage, and create new data across all applications

Guarantee consistent data controls

Access data across all applications through fully-automated data governance

Forgepoint Capital is a leading cybersecurity venture capital firm that invests in transformative companies protecting the digital future.

Forgepoint Managing Director Leo Casusol will join Cinchy’s Board of Directors, while Reynaldo Kirton comes on board as an advisor.

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"Cinchy is an incredible platform charting a new paradigm in the realization of value from data and changing the game for architecting and delivering data-centric solutions."
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