Gearset, a DevOps solutions provider for Salesforce, has raised $55 million in growth investment led by Silversmith Capital Partners.
The investment marks the first time Gearset has raised outside capital since its founding six years ago. The VC funding will allow the company to accelerate the adoption of DevOps by low-code teams in the world’s biggest organizations by expanding its product offering, growing sales and marketing, and scaling the team across the US and UK.
Gearset’s founders, Kevin Boyle and Matt Dickens, built Gearset into a growing business and a trusted DevOps platform for Salesforce teams, running 250,000 deployments a month across more than 1,700 companies from SMB to enterprise organizations including McKesson, Zillow, Traction on Demand, Intercom, Accenture, IBM and Johnson & Johnson.
Gearset’s platform helps enterprises deliver their digital initiatives by enabling technical, low-code and hybrid teams to operate a DevOps process with just clicks, lowering the barrier to entry and increasing the speed and reliability of development.