PartsTech raises $35M

Boston, Ma-based PartsTech, a B2B parts ordering platform for automotive repair, has raised a $35 million Series C round. The investment was led by OpenView.

PartsTech provides an e-commerce platform that currently connects more than 15,000 repair shops to 30,000 supplier locations, according to the company. Founded in 2006, PartsTech is headquartered in Boston, with remote employees in both the U.S. and Europe.

You can read the PartsTech chief executive Greg Kirber talk about the funding here.

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