Plumery, a banking technology startup, raises USD 4.5 million


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Plumery, a component-based banking technology startup founded by former Mambu CTO and CPO Ben Goldin, has raised USD 4.5 million in seed funding.

Plumery is a software overlay for legacy banking architecture that enables banks to accelerate the development and deployment of mobile and Web applications in order to keep up with fast-moving fintech startups.

The funds will be used for product development as the team works with a small group of early customers and hires. Plumery will be available to the general public later this year on a subscription basis.

Read More: Banking tech startup Plumery raises $4.5 million

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