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Computer Software North America

Aircover Raises $3M in Seed Funding

– Aircover is a San Mateo CA-based real-time sales platform provider.
– Company raised $3m in Seed funding.
– The round was led by Defy Partners, with participation from Firebolt Ventures, Flex Capital and Ridge Ventures.
– The new investment will be aimed at accelerating product development.

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Pyxis One Raises $17M to Democratize Codeless AI in Marketing as a SaaS Offering

– Pyxis One closed $17M in Series B funding.
– With total funding of $24M, the tech startup plans to use this round of capital for investments in product development, and to expand to new markets.
Celesta Capital and Premji Invest co-led the round with participation from previous investors Chiratae Ventures, pi Ventures, and Exfinity Venture Partners.
– Pyxis One enables enterprises to scale accurate data-driven marketing.
– The startup’s codeless AI ecosystem comprises dozens of AI models deployed across different aspects such as targeting, optimization, creative recommendation, and consumer research, enabling a complete ecosystem that can help teams collaborate, and leverage capabilities enabled by the adoption of AI.

Computer Software Western Europe

Airship Services Raises £500K in Funding

– Airship Services from Sheffield develops hospitality software.
– The company raised £500k in funding.
NPIF – Mercia Equity Finance, which is managed by Mercia and is part of the Northern Powerhouse Investment Fund (NPIF), provided the funding.
– The new investment will be used to expand operations and business reach.

Computer Software SaaS Western Europe Raises $27 Million in Series A Funding to Transform Patient Consultations With Artificial Intelligence

–, one of the leading SaaS companies in the fast-growing category of Artificial Intelligence for healthcare, announces a $27 Million Series A round.
– The company was founded by Lars Maaløe and Andreas Cleve in 2016.
– Unlike the majority of Artificial Intelligence startups that are pursuing image recognition use cases, Corti has focused on improving the workflow around patient consultations.
– Corti’s machine learning platform can listen in during patient consultations and help to document, code, and quality assure the interaction in real-time, saving time and reducing risk.

Computer Software North America

Knoetic Raises $18M in Series A Funding

– Knoetic is a NYC-based platform for Chief People Officers that combines a social network and a SaaS analytics tool.
– The company raised $18M in Series A funding.
– The round was led by Accel with participation from New York Times bestselling author Adam Grant, as well as Karan Mehandru (STEADFAST, and formerly Trinity Ventures), Dan Bomze (Founder/CEO of MileIQ), Sterling Road (Ash Rust), Bob Tinker (angel investor & Metamorph Partners), Jake Stein (Cofounder/CEO of Common Paper), Bob Moore (Cofounder/CEO of Crossbeam), Contrary Capital (Eric Tarczynski), Pear Ventures (Mar Hershenson & Pejman Nozad), and 100 other executives, thinkers, and founders.
– The new capital will accelerate new product innovation and the expansion of the team.

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CoCoPie, which optimizes AI for edge devices, raises $6M

– CoCoPie, a startup developing a platform to optimize AI models for edge devices, announced that it raised $6 million in a series A funding round led by Sequoia China Seed Fund.
– The capital, which values the company at $50 million post-money, will be put toward R&D and growing CoCoPie’s customer base, according to CEO Yanzhi Wang.
– The market for edge AI — a combination of AI and edge computing, which captures, stores, processes, and analyzes data near the source — is expected to be worth $1.83 billion by 2026.
– A Markets and Markets report attributed the growth to various factors, but particularly the increased adoption to remote working capabilities, remote asset maintenance and monitoring, factory automation, and telehealth.

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One Creation Corporation Closes Oversubscribed Seed Round to Further Its Data Digital Rights Solutions

– One Creation has successfully closed its seed round capital raise and is now well-positioned to go to market with its novel system to manage, monetize and enforce valuable data rights assets.
– One Creation’s innovative service empowers and enables the user to control its data in new ways by applying cutting edge technology at the intersection of data rights and data privacy.
– One Creation provides solutions to the missing pieces in the new data economy: transparency and control of data ownership and mobility through its proprietary DREAMTM technology (Digital Rights Enforcement and Management).
– Continual data encryption and real-time policy enforcement provides enterprises with complete sovereignty over their data.

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Tango dances in with $5.7M, making employee onboarding easier

– Tango, a Chrome extension that auto-captures workflow best practices so that teams can learn from their top performers, raised $5.7m in seed funding.
– The round was led by Wing Venture Capital and joined by General Catalyst, Global Silicon Valley, Outsiders Fund and Red Sea Ventures.
– A group of angel investors also joined, including former Yelp executive Michael Stoppelman, former Uber head of data Jai Ranganathan, KeepTruckin CEO Shoaib Makani and Awesome People Ventures’ Julia Lipton.
– Tango is designed to help employees, particularly in customer success and sales enablement, get back as much as 20% of their workweek spent searching for that one piece of information or tracking down the right colleague to assist with a task.
– The company now has 13 employees.

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Seattle-area expense management software startup Center raises $50M

– Center, a Bellevue, Wash.-based startup that makes expense management software, has raised $50m in new funding.
– Center is led by CEO Naveen Singh. His father, former Concur CEO and co-founder Steve Singh, is a founding investor and executive chairman.
– Center, which got off the ground several years ago with a next-generation corporate credit card that featured a built-in touchscreen and battery, launched its expense management solution in February 2020.

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Valor Leads $1.1M Investment in Brand Platform SHO.AI

Valor Ventures announced its investment in SHO.AI, its 19th investment in fast-growing software based in the Southeast.
– With offices in Cape Girardeau, MO, Paris, France, and New York, NY, SHO.AI is led by co-founders CEO Sho Rust, Michael Machiah, and Thomas Belhacene.
– The founding team earned deep backgrounds in digital content management at Google, BCG, and Nike.
– Valor led the round with a $1M check and with participation from existing angel investors.
– Lisa Calhoun joins SHO.AI’s newly formed board.

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Juno Raises $3.5M in Seed Funding

– Juno is a software company that connects and educates people in virtual environments year-round.
– The company raised $3.5m in seed funding.
– Backers included Jerry Murdock, co-founder of Insights Partners, and Walter Scott of TeamViewer.
– The new investment will be used to expand the company’s all-in-one platform for digital engagement.

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StatusPRO Raises $5.2M in Seed Funding

– StatusPRO is a sports technology and gaming company based in Miami, FL.
– The company raised $5.2m in seed funding.
– The round was led by KB Partners and TitletownTech with participation from Greycroft, Verizon Ventures, Haslam Sports Group, 49ers Enterprises, SC Holdings and additional strategic investors.
– The new investment will be used to accelerate the expansion of products aimed at reshaping how players and coaches prepare for games, while defining a new form of engagement between athletes and fans.

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Founded by a Freshworks alum, sales commission platform Everstage gets $1.7M seed funding

– Everstage, a no-code sales commission automation platform, raised $1.7m seed funding.
– The round was led by 3One4 Capital and joined by angel investors including Rippling co-founder Prasanna Sankar; Chargebee co-founders Krish Subramanian and Rajaraman Santhanam; Freshworks chief revenue officer Sidharth Malik; Conga chief technology officer Koti Reddy; CEO Vetri Vellore; and RFPIO CEO Ganesh Shankar.
– The company is headquartered in Wilmington, Delaware, with an office in Chennai, India.

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Statsig Raises $10.4M in Series A Funding

– Statsig is a platform that enables product teams to assess the impact of new features and deliver products to customers.
– The company raised $10.4m in Series A funding.
– The round was led by Sequoia Capital with participation from Madrona Venture Group and several individual investors including Aparna Chennapragada (CPO at Robinhood), Calvin French-Owen (Co-founder of Segment), Dylan Field (CEO & Cofounder at Figma), Fidji Simo (ex-Facebook and CEO at Instacart), Gokul Rajaram (Product Leader at DoorDash), Hadi Partovi (CEO and Founder at, Jay Parikh (ex-VP at Facebook and co-CEO at Lacework), and Sriram Krishnan (ex-Twitter and General Partner at a16z).
– The company intends to use the funds to continue to expand operations and its business reach.

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Customer Success Intelligence Platform CompleteCSM, Inc. Raises Seed Round to Expand Into New CS Ecosystems

– CompleteCSM announced closing their first round of funding with an investment led by Griswald Investments, LLC.
– The company’s first seed raise also included funding from individual investors of CompleteCSM friends and family.
– CompleteCSM is a Customer Success Intelligence platform designed to extend Customer Platforms helping organizations capture every customer interaction, understand what is being said and deliver insights for an enhanced customer experience. There is also a Digital Coach to teach the team how to work with customers using Emotional Intelligence (EQ).
– This round of funding will allow further eco-system integration to add product breadth as well as accelerate revenue monetization of the platform, driving awareness of CompleteCSM’s cutting edge approach to Customer Success Intelligence.

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AdaptX raises $6M, changes name from MDMetrix, expands quest for healthcare data insights

– Seattle-based AdaptX, a startup that helps healthcare providers and systems use data from electronic medical records to inform and adjust what they do, raised $6m in Series A funding.
– The round was led by Vulcan Capital and joined by all previous institutional investors.
– The company has raised a total of more than $11m in funding.

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Teamflow Raises $35M in Series B Funding

– Teamflow, a San Francisco, CA-based provider of a virtual office connecting remote and onsite teams, raised $35m in Series B funding.
– The round was led by Coatue with participation from existing investors Menlo Ventures’ Naomi Ionita and Battery Ventures’ Neeraj Agrawal.
– The new investment will be used to hire and accelerate the company’s business reach.

Computer Software Western Europe

Mindtech Global Raises £2.3M in Funding

– Mindtech Global, a Sheffield, UK-based training platform for robots, raised £2.3m in funding.
– The round was led by NPIF – Mercia Equity Finance, which is managed by Mercia and is part of the Northern Powerhouse Investment Fund (NPIF), with Deeptech Labs and In-Q-Tel participating.
– The company intends to use the funds to build its team in Yorkshire and expand sales of its product worldwide.

Computer Software Western Europe

Worldr Raises $3M in Seed Funding

– Worldr, a London, UK-based provider of a platform that gives businesses back privacy and control over their data and communication, raised $3m in seed funding.
– The round was led by IQ Capital and Playfair Capital with participation from cyber seed investors including CyLon (co-founded by Grace Cassy and Jonathan Luff), Andreas Wuchner (Group Head of IT & Risk at Credit Suisse) and Privitar Co-Founder, John Taysom.
– The company intends to use the funds to continue to develop the product ahead of public launch later this year.

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Ntropy Raises $3.2M in Seed Funding

– Ntropy is a London, UK- and San Francisco, CA-based company removing data barriers to understand financial transactions.
– The company raised $3.2M in seed funding.
– The round was led by QED Investors with participation from January Ventures.
– Ntropy intends to use the funds to hire key engineering and commercial talent, to support market growth and future product development.

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Easy Eat AI raises $5M to help Southeast Asian restaurants digitize their operations

– Easy Eat AI, a Singapore-based startup that wants to “transform restaurants into technology companies,” announced it has raised $5 million in funding.
– The funding included participation from Aroa Ventures, the family office of OYO founder Ritesh Agarwal; Reddy Futures Family Office; Prophetic Ventures; OYO global chief strategy officer Maninder Gulati; Alarko Ventures managing partner Cem Garih; and Esas Ventures founder and managing partner Fethi Sabancı Kamışlı.
– Easy Eat AI offers an operating system for restaurants that lets them digitize all parts of their business, from inventory and customer orders to delivery, and gain AI-based data analytics to improve revenue.

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IVIX Raises $13M in Seed Funding

– Ivix, a NYC and Tel Aviv, Israel-based provider of a technology platform to combat shadow economy, raised $13M in seed funding.
– The round was led by Team8 with participation from Citi Ventures, Cardumen Capital and private investors including Vikram Pandit, former CEO of Citi, and Tom Glocer, former, CEO, Thomson Reuters.
– The company intends to use the funds to grow exponentially, mainly in the areas of sales and marketing.

Computer Software North America launches with $3M seed to catch app issues pre-production

–, a new startup from a former Uber engineer, wants to flip that story and catch errors before the app launches.
– The company emerged from stealth with a beta of their solution and a $3 million seed investment led by Cowboy Ventures with participation from multiple tech luminaries.
– The company launched during the pandemic and with just the two founders involved have been fully remote up until now, and they intend to keep it that way as they add new employees in the coming months.

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Dapper Labs and Boston Seed Capital Invest in NFT Tracking and Engagement Platform MomentRanks as Part of $1.7M Seed Round

– MomentRanks secured $1.7m in seed round funding from a group of investors, including blockchain leader Dapper Labs, Boston Seed Capital and Permit Ventures.
– The rapidly growing startup, which allows collectors to track, appraise and analyze NBA Top Shot moments and engage with the NFT community, will use its seed round investments to scale up development of its infrastructure, grow its team of data scientists and engineers, and further enhance the NFT collectors’ journey.
– MomentRanks launched in February 2021 and is the most-visited platform for NBA Top Shot digital asset appraisals.

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Endgame raises $12.5M to flag sales opportunities

– Endgame, a self-described customer observability platform, announced it has raised $12.5 million in a funding round.
– Endgame claims to help by letting sales teams take action on prospective and current accounts to realize increases in revenue.
– The company’s platform analyzes real-time signals from a number of data sources, including product adoption, user behavior, transactional data, sales activity, and more, showing salespeople how users and accounts and are using products and whether those products are “sales-ready.”
– Endgame shows reps prospects and opportunities with the strongest signals. The aim is to increase conversion likelihood via the right action from Endgame’s dashboard or by triggering the engagement tools teams already use.

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Leadr Raises $10M in Series A Funding

– Leadr, Inc. a Dallas TX-based human resource software company, raised $10M in Series A funding.
– The round was led by Bedrock with participation from Chris Heaslip, Bobby Morrison, Eliot Crowther.
– The company intends to use the funds to accelerate development efforts, expand operations and its business reach.

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Sonero Raises $300K in Pre-Seed Funding

– Sonero from Toronto is an AI-driven meeting insights technology company.
– The company raised $300k in pre-seed funding.
– The round was led by Jeff Wald with participation from: Eddie Lou, Co-Founder of Shiftgig and Board Director at The Mom Project; Lance Neuhauser, President of Mediaocean and Former CEO of 4C Insights; Talbott Simonds, Managing Director at Tondern Capital; and Paul Childerhose, Founder of Maple Peak Group.
– The new funding will be used to accelerate the company’s growth and product innovation.

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Lacuna Technologies announces $16 million Series A round led by Xplorer Capital Management

– Lacuna Technologies announced a $16m Series A funding round.
– The new funding comes on the heels of $17.5m in seed funding and brings the total investment in Lacuna to $33.5m.
– The round was led by Xplorer Capital Management LLC and also includes Playground Global.
– Lacuna will use the proceeds of the round to expand its product offerings and scale its business to new markets.

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Teamwork Secures Its First-ever Investment of $70 Million From Bregal Milestone to Turbo-charge Growth

– Teamwork, a leading global Project Management SaaS solution focused on Client Services companies, has announced its first-ever fundraise of $70m from Bregal Milestone, a leading European technology growth capital firm.
– Trusted by more than 20,000 teams across 170 countries, Teamwork has revolutionized how companies manage their daily workflows for improved automation, productivity, and profitability.
– Teamwork provides an intuitive SaaS platform for Client Services companies, helping them to track, manage, and invoice their projects as well as providing a full suite of tightly integrated solutions such as helpdesk, collaboration, knowledge sharing, and customer relationship management add-ons; enabling Teamwork to be the ‘one-stop-shop’ practice management solution for business owners.
– Teamwork has offices in 5 countries and a global team of 270 employees.

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Payzer Raises $23M in Series D Funding

– Payzer is a mobile and cloud-based Field Service Management software provider based in Charlotte.
– The company raised $23m in Series D funding led by Harbert Growth Partners with participation from Grotech Ventures, Route 66 Ventures, Ferguson Ventures, IDEA Fund Partners, and Alerion Ventures.
– The new investment will be aimed at expanding the company’s business reach across HVAC, plumbing, electric, roofing, and other specialty trade markets.

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Facet Raises $8M in Seed Funding

– Facet is a NYC-based collaborative analytics platform dedicated to real-time, business analytics, and agnostic to any cloud data warehouse.
– The company raised $8M in seed funding.
– The round was led by Harrison Metal with participation from Bedrock and Breakpoint Capital, as well as angel investors Gokul Rajaram, Slava Rubin along with Brian Long, and Andrew Jones from Attentive Mobile.
– The new investment will be used to expand operations and business reach.

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Portland startup Candid lands $2M to help brands and retailers run their wholesale business online

– Portland, Ore.-based startup Candid raised $2m to help retailers and other businesses run their wholesale efforts online.
– Candid’s subscription-based service allows customers to bring wholesale-related communication and invoices all to the same platform.
– Avery Bloom, Candid co-founder and CEO, said 80% of wholesale transactions happen on paper or over the phone.
– “We want retailers and brands to be on equal footing with [large companies] who can throw huge budgets at software and employees to make wholesale work for them,” Bloom said in an email.
– It takes a lot of guts to build a brand, open a store, or launch an e-commerce shop, but for most, taking control of wholesale and doing it right has never been an option.

Computer Software South Asia

SimpliContract Raises $1.8M in Seed Funding

– SimpliContract is a Bengaluru, India-based AI and SaaS-based contract lifecycle management (CLM) platform.
– The company raised $1.8M in seed funding.
– The round was led by Kalaari Capital with participation from Picus Capital, Arka Ventures, and Digital Sparrow Capital.
– The new investment will be used to expand the company’s engineering, AI research, and marketing efforts.

Computer Software North Africa and the Middle East

Komodor Launches out of Stealth with $25Million to Redefine Kubernetes Troubleshooting

– Komodor announced a $21m Series A funding round led by Accel, with follow-up angel investments from Jason Warner, CTO of GitHub; Sri Viswanath, CTO of Atlassian; Danny Grander, Co-Founder of Snyk; Tomer Levy, CEO of; Amir Jerbi, Co-Founder of Aqua Security and others.
– The company previously raised $4m in seed funding from NFX Capital, Pitango First, and OldSlip Group.
– Komodor is the first platform to streamline Kubernetes troubleshooting by offering a unified view of all events across the entire Kubernetes stack, providing developers, operations, and on-call teams with the context and the actionable insights they need to solve issues efficiently and independently.

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Data Sentinel Raises Seed Funding to Accelerate Growth and Product Development of Its Sensitive Data Management Software

– Data Sentinel announced the close of a $3.6m funding round.
– The financing was led by Brightspark Ventures, with participation from Sentiero Ventures, Delbridge Capital Partners, and other high value angel investors.
– Data Sentinel is a data trust and compliance platform that helps businesses persistently manage their data privacy compliance, governance, and quality in real time.
– Data Sentinel’s proprietary deep learning discovery technology illuminates the true nature of an organizations data across all sources and systems, monitoring and measuring the data to ensure compliance with company policies and evolving regulations.
– Led by industry veterans with extensive real-world experience, Data Sentinel has been built to help businesses produce trusted, correct, compliant, and well governed data.

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Aserto Raises $5.1 Million Seed to Launch Authorization Service

– Aserto announced the launch of its authorization as a service company, making it easy for developers to build enterprise-ready SaaS applications.
Costanoa Ventures led the $5.1m Seed financing round with participation from Heavybit Industries as well as angel investors Bob Muglia, former CEO of Snowflake; Mathias Biilmann Christensen, co-founder/CEO of Netlify; and Tom Preston-Werner, co-founder of GitHub.
– Aserto leverages its founders’ unique expertise to create the definitive developer API for authorization in SaaS applications. Its opinionated framework provides 80% of the heavy lifting required to build enterprise-ready permissions and RBAC, reducing time to market and making it easier to sell into enterprises.

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Croptimistic Technology Raises $5.2M in Series A Funding

– Croptimistic Technology, Inc. is a Naicam, Saskatchewan-based Agtech company.
– The company raised $5.2M in Series A funding.
– The round was led by Forage Capital Partners.
– The company intends to use the funds to add developers and professional staff to the Kelowna, BC hub to build out the software and hardware solutions.

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Stemma launches with $4.8M seed to build managed data catalogue

– Stemma, a new early-stage startup, has come up with a solution, a managed data catalogue that acts as an organization’s source of truth.
– The company announced a $4.8m seed investment led by Sequoia with assorted individual tech luminaries also participating.
– The product is also available for the first time.

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Greg, an app for plant lovers, grows $5.4 million in seed funding

– Gregarious, Inc. (Greg), a plant care startup, raised $5.4m in seed funding.
– The round was led by Index Ventures and joined by First Round Capital.
– The company is backed by a team of expert angels and advisors, including Elie Seidman (previous CEO of Tinder), Eliza Blank (founder of The Sill, a plant delivery service) and Darryl Cheng (a “plant-stagrammer” with 600K followers).
– Currently, Greg’s remote team has 11 members and plans to hire a head of Brand and at least five more engineers, including a senior Android engineer (so far, the app is only available on iOS).
– Gregarious, Inc. (Greg) is a plant care startup that uses machine learning to help people care for their plants.

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Skiff, an end-to-end encrypted alternative to Google Docs, raises $3.7M seed

– Skiff, a document editor with a similar look and feel to Google Docs, allows you to write, edit and collaborate in real time with colleagues with privacy baked in.
– The company has raised $3.7m in seed funding from venture firm Sequoia Capital, just over a year since Skiff was founded in March 2020.
– Alphabet chairman John Hennessy, former Yahoo chief executive Jerry Yang and Eventbrite co-founders Julia and Kevin Hartz also participated in the round.
– The company will use the seed funding to grow the team and build out the platform.

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Flexbase Closes $2.5M in Pre-Seed Funding

– Flexbase, a San Francisco, CA-based provider of an automated payment platform for contractors and the construction industry, raised $2.5M pre-seed funding.
– The company intends to use the funds to support the platform’s continued growth and innovation, and to expand the size of its workforce.
– Backers include Hustle Fund, Suffolk Technologies, Equipment Share, Romulus Capital, Chapter One, Banana Capital, Social Starts, Great Oaks Venture Capital, and Sriram Krishnan.

Computer Software Western Europe

ScaleXP Raises £600K in Seed Funding

– ScaleXP from London develops a SaaS platform for small businesses to consolidate their financial and sales data.
– Series A funding round of £600k was led by Cambridge Angels, Angel Academe, Syndicate Room and Founders Factory.
– The new investment will be used to develop the company’s platform and services, as well as accelerate customer acquisition.
– In conjunction with the funding, Alex Hirsch will take a position on the ScaleXP advisory board.

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MagicBell raises $1.9M to build a plug-and-play notification platform for product teams

– MagicBell, a startup that just went through Y Combinator’s most recent Winter cohort, has raised a $1.9m seed round to deliver a rich notification platform for product teams that’s easy to integrate and use.
– The round was led by Cherry Ventures, and includes participation by a number of angel investors including, Algolia co-founder Nicolas Dessaigne, Twitter Director of Product Management Marie Outtier and Wunderlist and Pitch co-founder Christian Reber.
– This list itself is a great endorsement of the need for what MagicBell’s building, since it’s a storied collection of veteran experts who have ample experience actually building some of the world’s most engaging software products.

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Campfire raises $8 million to advance AR/VR for product design

– Campfire has raised $8m in funding for its holographic technology that enables both augmented reality and virtual reality for the purpose of enterprise product design.
– In stealth until now, Campfire has created a holographic collaboration system for professional 3D designers.
– The hardware and software headset system is based on patents and technology formerly created by Meta, which ran out of money in 2018.
– It will come out as a subscription in the fall of this year, after years of research and development.
– The company has fewer than 15 people and said the funding came from OTV, Kli Capital, Tuesday Capital, and others.
– Campfire combines proprietary devices and applications built on a foundation of more than 60 patents.
– It’s based on the lessons of the past few years of headsets, including the failure of Meta.

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Authzed scores $3.9M seed to build permissions API service

– Authzed, an early-stage startup that wants to make it easier for developers to build permissions in their applications, announced a $3.9m seed round.
– The investment was led by Work-Bench with participation from Y Combinator and Amplify Partners.
– The company plans to use the funding to expand its team and continue to develop its product.

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Next-Generation Social Platform Itsme Announces $15.175MM Series A Funding Led By Alexis Ohanian’s Seven Seven Six

– Next-generation social platform Itsme announced $15.175MM in Series A funding.
– The round was led by Alexis Ohanian’s Seven Seven Six with participation from Third Kind Ventures, Allen & Company, Scott Belsky and Adam Silverschotz.
– Itsme is centered on the creation of high fidelity, technologically advanced Avatars through which users meet, interact and grow friendships online with people all over the world.
– The app’s Avatar premise was created to make online conversations more expressive, comfortable and not dictated by physical appearance.
– Itsme originally launched in March 2020 and to date more than 4 million people have created Avatars and made lasting connections.

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Exotanium Scoops Up $5M Seed Financing

– Exotanium, a cloud resource optimization and management company, announced today that it has completed a $5m seed funding round led by Walden International and Nepenthe Capital LLC.
– This latest round of funding builds on an exceptional year for Exotanium, which has seen an increase in demand for cloud-optimization solutions as organizations continue to shift their operations online and search for high-quality, budget-friendly cloud management solutions.
– In the past year, Exotanium has raised $5m in funding and completed a successful pilot with the software company, Autodesk, Inc.

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Kintent nabs $4M seed to automate compliance questionnaire process

– Kintent, a new startup that wants to automate this process, announced a $4m seed today led by Tola Capital with help from a bunch of tech industry angel investors.
– After company co-founder and CEO Sravish Sridhar sold his previous startup Kinvey, which provided backend as a service to mobile app developers, he took a couple of years off while he decided what to do next.
– The sale to Progress Software in 2017 gave him that luxury.
– He knew firsthand from his experience at Kinvey that companies like his had to adhere to a lot of compliance standards, and the idea for the next company began to form in his head.
– He wanted to create a new startup that could make it easier to figure out how to become compliant with a given standard, measure the current state of compliance and get recommendations on how to improve.

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Disco Closes $4.75M Funding Round

– Disco, a Toronto, Canada-based live learning platform for creators, closed a $4.75m funding round.
– The round was led by Quiet Capital, Golden Ventures, inovia, and GSV (investors in Masterclass, Coursera).
– Influencers from the learning space, creator economy and community platforms are also investing.
– The company intends to use the funds to expand operations and development efforts to bring the product to market.

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Pandemic Insights Secures $5M Series A Financing From Convergence Ventures

– Pandemic Insights, a preventive health software company that combines data and AI insights with human behavior dynamics, today announced it has executed a $5 Million Series A tranche-based financing from Convergence Ventures.
– The investment will be used to accelerate the development and go-to-market release of Pandemic Insights’ products for consumers, businesses, and public health agencies.
– Pandemic Insights’ technology combines proprietary algorithms, machine learning and artificial intelligence capabilities to create dynamic personal-risk insights, location-risk indexes and behavior modification messaging unique to each user.

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Cloud spend management provider Kubecost raises $5.5M to help enterprises cut costs

– Kubecost, a platform that provides visibility into cloud usage, has raised $5.5m.
– In announcing the news today, Kubecost said it would put the funds toward expanding the availability of its cloud management product.
– Kubecost directly integrates with cloud billing APIs to provide a window into how resources are being spent across clusters.
– It shows the cost of resources consumed by individual apps and teams and allows users to assign out of assets like databases and storage buckets to teams, products, services, and other native concepts.
– With Kubecost, managers can track capacity to avoid performance degradation and app outages. And they can analyze current configurations and resource utilization compared with others to improve reliability.

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Teamflow Announces $11M Series A Financing

– Teamflow, the virtual office leader, announced it has secured an $11m Series A investment round, led by Battery Ventures.
– The Series A comes just two months after the company announced its $3.9m seed round, led by Menlo Ventures, bringing total financing to $14.9m.
– Proceeds from the Series A round will be used to grow its engineering team and cement Teamflow’s early leadership in the nascent virtual office space.

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Houston Digital Studio Umbrage Closes $2M Seed Round to Deliver Digital Solutions to the Enterprise

– Umbrage, a crafts-based digital studio, has closed a $2m seed round of funding led by Rice Investment Group.
– Umbrage creates custom software solutions for oil and gas, healthcare, supply chain and other industries that are in the process of a digital transformation.
– The Umbrage team has expertise across the oil and gas, ecommerce, medical devices and other industries.

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Trulia founder, Zillow vets invest in $1.5M round for new real estate startup Instashowing

– Instashowing, a startup with an online real estate tool designed to help agents easily schedule home showings, has raised $1.5m in a funding round led by veterans of the industry.
– The round was led by NFX and joined by Tomo co-founder Greg Schwartz and Pacaso co-founder Austin Allison, both formerly of Zillow, and Tom Ferry, Hoby Hannah, Zvi Band and others.
– The company has six full-time employees.

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No-Code Business Intelligence Tool y42 Raises $2.9 Million to Provide a Scalable & Affordable Data Stack to Companies of All Sizes

– No-code business intelligence tool y42 raises $2.9m.
– The round was led by La Famiglia VC.
– With the advent of cloud data warehouses such as BigQuery and Snowflake, it’s now possible for organizations of any size to utilize data warehousing without large upfront investments.
– This adoption is reinforced by the growing understanding of data as a strategic asset and the shift towards data-driven decision-making across all departments of an organization.
– However, much of the existing data warehouse tooling is targeted towards engineers, making it inaccessible for the vast majority of other departments.
– In addition, data tools that target non-technical users don’t integrate with a scalable data warehouse and thus create data silos.
– y42 is the first collaborative data platform that brings together technical and non-technical users.

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TactileAI Raises $1M in Seed Funding from SpringCamp

– TactileAI, a B2B consumer data analytics platform for the global beauty care industry, today announced the closing of $1m in seed round funding by SpringCamp.
SpringCamp is an early-stage venture capital fund backed by NAVER, the Seoul-based tech company that operates South Korea’s largest search engine and is often referred to as the “Google of Korea.”
– Founded in November 2020 and based in the San Francisco Bay Area, TactileAI aims to modernize consumer testing in skin care, which remains one of the major bottlenecks in the beauty care industry as brands struggle to keep up with the speed of new trends.

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Rising Team, with $3 million seed, is a platform that combines management tools with training

– Rising Team, a platform that combines tools and training to help managers motivate, organize and ultimately effectively lead their team, raised $3m in seed funding.
– The round was led by Female Founders Fund and joined by Peterson Ventures, Burst Capital, Xoogler Ventures, 500 Startups, Roble Ventures, Supernode Ventures and several angels.
– The company plans to add AI-based custom training tips that are powered by data from the assessments.

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Trullion Announces Real-Time, AI-Powered Accounting Platform, Secures Seed Financing

– Trullion, formerly known as SMRT, has raised a financing round co-led by Greycroft and Aleph.
– Additional strategic investors participating in the round include Verissimo Ventures and industry leaders like Bob Mylod, Artie Minson, Jody Padar and Zac Bookman.
– Trullion translates vast data sets from PDF contracts, Excel and other sources into a single system for accounting teams.
– The platform creates real-time visibility into company financials by using AI to review items such as leases and revenue agreements and translating them into a live data image, with 360° transparency to the source data.
– Through automated data entry, the company prevents costly errors, saves time, and streamlines the often complicated process required of accounting stakeholders.

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Rumble Raises $5M in Funding

– Rumble is an Austin, Texas-based global network and asset discovery company.
– Company raised $5m in venture capital funding.
– The round was led by Decibel Partners and attracted new investor – Jon Oberheide (co-founder and CTO, Duo Security), Slavik Markovich and Rishi Bhargava (founders of Demisto, acquired by Palo Alto Networks), Oliver Friedrichs (founder & CEO of Phantom Cyber, acquired by Splunk), Haroon Meer (founder of Thinkst Canary) and Michael Sutton (founder at StoneMill Ventures).
– The new investment will be aimed at developing the product’s enterprise capabilities and broadening its go-to-market reach.

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Haystack Launches With $8.2M in Funding

– Los Angeles, CA-based Haystack launched with $8.2M in funding.
– The company intends to use the funds to continue to expand operations and its business reach.
– Backers included Coatue Management, Greycroft, BoxGroup, and Day One Ventures.

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