They realized that for all of the benefits, Rhee told TechCrunch that the technology was there, but users were having to manage the complexity of hosting solutions as well as incur the costs associated with a big DevOps team. They decided to build out a solution externally and went through Y Combinators Summer 2020 batch, where they found other startup companies trying to do the same. Today, Porter announced $1.5 million in seed funding from Venrock, Translink Capital, Soma Capital and several...

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