Raphael Ouzan launched A.Team in early 2020 with a simple premise: To build a high-impact product, you need a high-performing team. While many freelance platforms allow skilled tech workers to get plenty of often-pedestrian gigs, Ouzan says he wanted to create teams of top contractors that could “work on much bigger things.” So far, his freelance crews have helped build products ranging from vaccine-manufacturing software to a study app.
On Tuesday, A.Team came out of stealth mode, announcing $55 million of funding in a Series A round co-led by Tiger Global Management, Insight Partners and Spruce Capital Partners. Among the
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