Seattle-based Swiftly, which provides software for brick-and-mortar grocery retailers, raises a $100M Series B led by Wormhole Capital (Tony Lystra/GeekWire)

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Seattle-based Swiftly, which provides software for brick-and-mortar grocery retailers, raises a $100M Series B led by Wormhole Capital  —  Swiftly, a Seattle startup that provides software to brick-and-mortar grocery retailers such as Family Dollar and The Save Mart Companies, raised $100 million in a Series B funding round.

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