Fargo, N.D., developer W.T.O. is closing its Fargo website developer business.
The company, which had a $40.4 million equity funding round, announced Wednesday it will close its Fargo site developer business, which it launched in 2013 and had built into an app-development platform, after six years of work.
“As a result of the closure, W.W.O., the developer, will no longer be working on the platform,” a company spokesman said in a statement.
The company has been in business since 2005.
The developer will continue to support the development of apps and other content on the site, which will be available for download through W.O.’s app store and through the W.D.N.A. app.
The developer, a Fargo-based company, also will continue its efforts to expand the developer community in Fargo.
Fargo was one of the first cities to announce it would be a “satellite city” as a possible developer destination.
It was founded by the U.S. Postal Service and is the nation’s fourth-largest city with a population of approximately 628,000.
Woolley, which began as a website in 2009, closed the Fargo website as part of the developer transition, according to W.L.A., a company that manages the developer’s business and services.