Symphony Ventures raises $4.5 million

Symphony Ventures, a global services firm focused on robotic process automation has raised a Series A investment of $4.5 million from Livingbridge.

The company has also appointed two new board members — Henry Alty, of Livingbridge, joins the company as investor director, along with Bill Thomas, managing partner of Acresis, as chairman.

Symphony was founded in 2014, and has offices in US, the UK, and Poland.

[Image courtesy: Symphony Ventures]

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