Cape Clear clears $15 million in added funding

The series D round, led by a new investor, will fund U.S. expansion of the integration software company.

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Cape Clear Software has secured $15 million in a series D round of funding led by InterWest Partners, a new investor in the software company.

With offices in Dublin, Ireland, and Waltham, Mass., Cape Clear is one of a handful of companies that specialize in standards-based integration software, called enterprise service buses. The company, which was founded in 1999, said the funding will be used, in part, to open new offices in the United States, Europe and the Asia-Pacific region.