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Quintype bags US$3.4M to aid publishers in creating optimised content to deliver a better digital experience, to expand to SEA

Quintype, a content management software startup based in Bengaluru, India, announced today it has received US$3.4 million in Series A financing.

The proceeds from this round will be utilized for expansion into Southeast Asia, beginning with Singapore.

According to the company, the expansion will help digital media publishers in the region move from traditional content management systems into their digital counterparts to effectively capture the booming online economy within the region.

Quintype was founded in 2016 by Raghav Bahl after he noticed that publishers struggled to adapt to the technological changes within the media industry.

The startup aims to provide fully-integrated software systems to enable media professionals (such as writers and editors) to distribute their content online without the need for technical skills such as programming.

The startup claims it has served over 200 publishers worldwide and achieves a monthly viewership of over a billion readers.

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