Cutover secures investment from Barclays in $17m Series A funding round

Share this post:
Company announcements /
Notice anything different about us?

Related content:

Cutover secures investment from Barclays in $17m Series A...
How to get Cutover on the AWS Marketplace
Cutover Highlighted by Partnership Fund for NYC CEO Maria...
Cutover's 2019 in Review and What to Expect in 2020
How Banking & the Film Industry Face Similar Resilience...
Cutover CEO Ky Nichol Interviewed by Cheddar
Cutover Featured in VentureBeat

Cutover

June 3, 2020

Cutover, a cloud-enabled work orchestration and observability platform, enabling organizations to innovate at pace with operational resilience, announced today that Barclays has joined Index Ventures in its $17 Million Series A funding round.

With many leading global banks and wider financial services firms already on board, this new wave of funding will increase Cutover’s development capability fourfold while supporting the company’s rapid expansion into new verticals.

The investment will also support Cutover’s offering to solve some of the most fundamental challenges for enterprise such as migrating to a hybrid cloud model, wider digital transformation, automating and evolving operational resilience practices and managing ongoing tech change without failures.

Janhavi Rao, Chief Technology Officer, Barclays, said:

“As an alumnus of the Barclays accelerator program, we have seen first-hand the evolution of the Cutover platform. We are pleased to be deepening our relationship with Cutover as we continue to deliver our digital transformation with added pace and resilience.”  

Ky Nichol, Chief Executive Officer, Cutover, said:

“This investment from Barclays supports our mission to accelerate enterprise transformation with operational resilience. We’re focused on building our product development, client teams, and prototyping exciting new areas of Cutover in partnership with clients. Our ultimate aim is to empower teams to plan, orchestrate, and analyze complex work faster, smarter, and with greater visibility.”

Cutover is leading the way in a new emerging category of tools that are helping humans and machines to collaborate more effectively. With Cutover, teams can improve processes and reduce the risk of failure across a variety of use cases for financial institutions including:

  • Managing big technology changes relating to a series of critical events including migration to a hybrid cloud model, data center migration and wider transformation programs.
  • Continuous transformation to plan, execute, and analyze hundreds of thousands of technology changes per year for functions within an enterprise, and providing cross-functional visibility, oversight, and management of change.
  • Operational resilience practices to respond, recover, and test resilience into a capability and recover quickly when things go wrong.
  • Operational readiness which gives teams dynamic process orchestration for critical sets of work such as market readiness, IPOs, and system validation.

About Cutover

Cutover, the leader in work orchestration and observability, is the only platform that provides full organizational visibility into dynamic flows of work, bringing them out of the dark matter of the enterprise to enable teams to move quickly with confidence. Cutover eliminates outdated approaches like static spreadsheets and weekend calls so teams can accomplish the work quickly and effectively—without the headache. Cutover's solution helps enterprises more effectively plan, orchestrate, and audit the human and automated activities that drive critical events, such as technology releases, resilience testing, operational readiness, and major incident recovery. For more information on Cutover, follow us on Twitter, LinkedIn, YouTube, and Instagram.

Share this post:
Operational resilience /
American investment bank improves operational resilience with Cutover
automate first
Automation /
Why automation is about culture as much as technology
Operational resilience /
What does it mean to have a resiliency culture?