Chronograph secures series X funding

by Alice Murray 12 October 2022

Private markets tech company Chronograph has completed a series X funding round, led by Summit Partners with participation from existing investors Carlyle and Nasdaq Ventures.

The new investment will be used to accelerate the growth and development of the company’s portfolio monitoring, reporting, and analytics solutions.

Headquartered in Brooklyn, Chronograph offers a suite of cloud-based analytics and data management solutions.

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