Vista Equity invests in Fusion Risk Management

Fusion Risk Management has secured investment from Vista Equity Partners, supplying additional funding for the business continuity and risk management solutions provider to further scale its platform and accelerate product development. The investment in Fusion is made by Vista’s Endeavor investment fund, which is focused on mission-critical, high-growth enterprise software, data and technology-enabled businesses.

Fusion Risk Management’s current product suite includes the Fusion Framework System, includes Fusion Communities, Fusion System Connectors and Fusion Fuel.

“Fusion’s market leading products are redefining excellence in business continuity and related risk management, and we are excited about their vision for the future. The quality of the product, performance of the business and expanding opportunities for customers make this a compelling investment,” said Alan Cline, Principal at Vista Equity Partners and co-head of the Vista Endeavor Fund.

“Our partnership with Vista gives us the capital and operational expertise needed to continue growing our company, expanding our product suite, and delivering exceptional solutions and services to our customers,” said David Nolan (pictured), CEO of Fusion Risk Management. “Vista has a proven track record of helping enterprise software companies achieve exceptional results, and we look forward to leveraging their investment and expertise to further our market leadership.”

Existing investors, Catalyst and Level Equity, retain an ownership stake in Fusion.

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