Symphony’s Seven-Year Itch

After seven years and half a billion dollars in funding, Symphony has made strides but arguably has not delivered the “big win” of living up to its early hype as a Bloomberg-killer. Max asks how long its investors will continue to back the venture, whether new CEO Brad Levy can steer it back on track, and whether Big Tech could be the way forward.

In the calendar year, June marks a period of change. As spring stretches into summer, the days become shorter, the nights longer. This same time period also ushered in major changes at financial messaging and collaboration platform Symphony Communications, with its acquisition of voice communications platform Cloud9 Technologies, and a changing of the guard, with Brad Levy taking the reins from founder David Gurlé.

Levy joined Symphony in July last year, but it wasn’t a surprise when the

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