Stanford-StartX Fund joined others including Total Energy Ventures, Samsung Next and RATP Dev to back public transit management software publisher Swiftly.

US-based public transit operating system software developer Swiftly attracted $10m in a series A round backed by Stanford-StartX Fund, the venture fund aligned to Stanford University’s StartX accelerator, on Friday. Total Energy Ventures and Samsung Next, respective investment vehicles for oil and gas supplier Total and consumer electronics firm Samsung, also backed the round, as…

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