Jitterbit's medical app, device interoperability platform nets $20M series B

Jitterbit offers a solution to a very 21st century problem: Linking up and integrating data from all of the disparate apps on users' devices that can't talk to one another, including medical devices and EHRs. The promise of moving beyond app silos, particularly in an industry like healthcare, is enough to rally $20 million in support for Jitterbit's latest funding round.

Jitterbit's products include both business-specific solutions and those designed to ease integration in industries where making connections between platforms has been notoriously difficult, like healthcare. The current round, led by KKR, comes after a $5 million 2013 round led by Salesforce and Autodesk. The company expects to get an IPO in three years, CEO George Gallegos told TechCrunch.

"Since Jitterbit was founded, we've been on a mission to make it fast and easy for anyone to connect the applications they use, without writing code," Mr. Gallegos wrote in a blog post on the company's website. "This investment will let us scale and use our decade of experience to bring tailored integration solutions to new industries and technology ecosystems."

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