Virtustream will be looking at more product development efforts as well as further expansion in the very near future. This is with the help of their most recent acquisition of $15 million in Series B funding. They have now raised an impressive total of $75 million.
On this particular round of financing, Virtustream also welcomed a new investor – QuestMark Partners. Previous participants like TDF, as well as Columbia Capital, Intel Capital, and Noro‐Moseley Partners also took part in this Series B round.
The company’s Chairman and CEO, Rodney J. Rogers, shares more about this exciting news in this recent e-interview with Lead411:
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3VR recently welcomed Joe Boissy as their new chief marketing officer. Prior to joining 3VR, he was with IBM as their director of go-to-market strategy and industry marketing. Boissy will contribute to the team his comprehensive experience in the field of technology marketing. There’s more about his appointment on this news link.
Paul Klebs was recently named as the new aftermarket sales manager for Aqua-Aerobic Systems. Before he was appointed to this post, he was applications engineering manager. Klebs had been with Aqua-Aerobic Systems for 15 years. There’s more about his appointment on this news link.