Natick’s Nasuni tops $80.5 million in funding

December 13, 2016

Washington business journal logoNasuni, a Natick file-storage-and-protection company serving enterprise customers, has raised $17.5 million in a round of financing that pushed the organization to over $80 million in overall funding.

The company announced the new Series E equity round on Tuesday. The funding was led by new investor Sigma Prime Ventures, according to a release from the company. All previous investors – Flybridge Capital Partners, North Bridge Venture Partners, and a large strategic investor – participated in this new round. To date, Nasuni has raised $80.5 million in venture capital financing.

The company also closed on $7.5 million in venture debt financing from Eastward Capital.

Nasuni provides a solution to store, protect, share and access enterprise files.

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