Flux Factory Raises $29M in Series B

Flux Factory, Inc., a San Francisco, CA-based provider of a service for architects, engineers, and contractors to exchange data, raised $29m in Series B financing. The round was co-led by Temasek and Surbana Jurong Private Limited, with participation from Far East Ventures (a subsidiary of Far East Organization, Singapore’s largest private real estate developer), DFJ, South Park Ventures, Borealis Ventures, and Obvious Ventures. In conjunction with the funding, Nina Yang, COO of Singbridge, will join Flux’ board of directors.

Flux is your focal point for data exchange and collaboration. You can invite teammates and partners into your project to share data. Each user and application controls when to synchronize data with the project, allowing users to work in isolation until they are ready to share their changes with the team.

Flux frees you from the burden of exchanging and converting data so you can focus on what’s most important to you: design.

The Flow is a visual programming environment similar to Grasshopper and Dynamo. What makes the Flow different is that you can create and edit the Flow in your web browser while the Flow calculations are handled by Flux servers in the cloud. Data can be fed in, transformed, and sent back out to connected software in real time, with multi-user collaboration giving your whole team the power to work on and edit the Flow.

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