Australian cloud connectivity provider Maestrano has raised another $4 million, bringing its three-round total to $7.4 million.
The new funding came from Acorn Capital, former Macquarie Group CEO Allan Moss, and another as yet unnamed investor.
The injection will be used to speed the company's expansion within its existing seven countries of operation.
Looking a little further ahead, Maestrano expects to serve SMEs in 17 countries by early 2017.
"Our journey with PwC and NAB in Australia is being repeated around the world, Maestrano is now recognised as a breakthrough platform for cloud applications integration and data intelligence," added Ibos.
Maestrano integrates a growing variety of applications — including MYOB, QuickBooks, Xero, Magento, Eventbrite, WordPress and Office 365 — to produce consolidated reports and dashboards.
An earlier version of this story stated "The company did not disclose the source of the funds" due to a lack of clarity in Maestrano's announcement.