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Migrating data and operations to the cloud can make companies more efficient. But making sure that information, especially customers’ data, is cloud compliant can be an inefficient process. Seattle startup Shujinko announced today it raised $7.5 million in Series A funding to make that process easier.
Unusual Ventures and Defy invest in Seattle-based startup to accelerate hiring, product development, and go-to-market for its complete cloud compliance solution
Funding will be used to expand hiring and accelerate the company’s product development push
CEO Scott Schwan and CTO Matt Wells came up with the idea for Shujinko’s cloud compliance software platform while working at Starbucks.
By: John Vrionis and Haley Daiber According to The Financial Times Group, 57% of senior-level executives rank “risk and compliance” as one of the top two risk categories they feel least prepared to address and yet, less than three-quarters (69%) of organizations are leveraging technology to support their compliance initiatives, reports KPMG.