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Revenue Grid Lands $20M in Series A Financing

– Revenue Grid, a sales platform that provides businesses with AI-driven deal guidance, announced $20M in a Series A financing led by W3 Capital.
ICU Ventures also participated in this financing.
– Revenue Grid was originally founded as Invisible and rebranded in 2020.

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Baffle Raises $20M in Series B to Protect Cloud Data with Celesta Capital as Lead Investor

– Baffle, Inc. announced that it has raised $20m in Series B funding led by new investor Celesta Capital, with contributions from National Grid Partners, Lytical Ventures and Nepenthe Capital, and follow-on investments from True Ventures, Greenspring Associates, Clearvision Ventures, Engineering Capital and Triphammer Ventures.
– Baffle’s no-code, simple-to-deploy security mesh takes a data-centric approach at cloud scale without a performance impact or changes to applications. Baffle is the only data-centric security solution that universally protects data as it’s created, stored and processed, from any source to any destination, on premises or in the cloud, no matter where it lives.

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Tulip Interfaces Announces $100M Series C Led by Insight Partners to Help Frontline Industries Bring Their Operations to the Cloud

– Tulip Interfaces announced today that it has raised $100m in Series C funding.
– The round was led by New York-based global private equity and venture capital firm, Insight Partners.
– New investors Pitango Growth and Marc Benioff’s TIME Ventures joined the round, as well as existing investors DMG MORI, NEA, and Vertex Ventures US.
– Tulip plans to expand its international operations to better support its hundreds of global enterprise customers like Terex, Delta Faucet, and Outset Medical, spanning more than 35 countries.

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Robin.io Raises $38M in Series C Funding

– Robin.io, a San Jose, CA-based leader in Kubernetes-based cloud-native 5G, edge and enterprise application management, closed a $38M Series C funding round.
– The round was led by Rakuten Capital and joined by Clear Ventures, Emory University, Raine Next-Gen Communications and current investors.
– This latest major backing for the company comes as bookings growth at Robin.io has surpassed 400% quarter-over-quarter when comparing the first two quarters of the current fiscal year.

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Bringg, a delivery and fulfillment platform used by Walmart, nabs $100M

– Delivery logistics and fulfillment platform Bringg announced it has raised $100 million in a round of funding led by Insight Partners.
– The series E round gives Bringg a valuation of $1 billion.
– The raise comes as companies across just about every sector have been forced to change how they operate, with the retail industry in particular relying heavily on delivery and logistics infrastructure to continue trading during the pandemic.
– Founded in 2013, Bringg aims to help businesses compete with Amazon. To do so, Bringg’s modular platform enables retailers of any size to choose which tools they need — such as curbside pickup or last-mile delivery — to ensure they get goods from their warehouse to the consumer by tapping into local logistics providers.
– This includes real-time tracking and intelligent routing to optimize the path from seller to buyer.

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Whatfix secures $90M to power contextual guidance in enterprise apps

– Whatfix, a “digital adoption” platform that enterprises use to bake user support tools into their software, has raised $90 million in a series D round of funding.
– The company’s latest funding tranche was spearheaded by SoftBank’s Visions Fund 2, with participation from Cisco Investments, Sequoia Capital India, Eight Roads Ventures, F-Prime Capital, and Dragoneer Investment Group.

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Seattle startup Esper raises $30M to grow DevOps platform for IoT device fleets

– Seattle startup Esper landed a $30m investment to fuel its fast-growing technology that helps companies manage their cloud-based IoT devices.
Scale Venture Partners led the Series B round, with participation from Madrona Venture Group, Root Ventures, Ubiquity Ventures, and Haystack.
– Total funding to date is $40.6 million.

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SpecTrust raises millions to fight cybercrime with its no-code platform

– Risk defense startup SpecTrust is emerging from stealth with a $4.3m seed raise and a public launch.
– The company aims to “fix the economics of fighting fraud” with a no-code platform that it says cuts 90% of a business’ risk infrastructure spend that responds to threats in “minutes instead of months.”
– Since the San Jose, California-based startup’s offering is deployed on the internet, between a website or app and its users, an organization gets fraud protection without draining the resources of its engineers, the company says.
– Fintech and crypto companies are feeling the biggest impacts, as legacy software designed for big banks, for example, can be slow and expensive, said Kharrl.

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Lattice Secures $60M Series E

– Lattice from San Francisco is a leading people management platform for businesses with people-first cultures.
– The company has raised $60m in a new round.
Tiger Global was joined by existing investors Thrive Capital, Shasta Ventures, Founders Fund, Frontline Ventures, Fuel Capital, Khosla Ventures, and several new angel investors.
– The new investment brings Lattice’s total funding to $158m.

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Appfire Receives $100M Strategic Investment From TA Associates

– Appfire, a Boston, MA-based provider of apps that help teams solve modern challenges with digital solutions, received a $100m strategic investment from TA Associates.
– TA’s investment in Appfire follows a $49m strategic investment from Silversmith Capital Partners in May 2020.
– The company intends to continue its leadership within this ecosystem with more than 85 purpose-built products on the Atlassian Marketplace and over 110,000 active installations worldwide.

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Flueid Secures Series A Funding Led by Aquiline Technology Growth to Empower the Digital Mortgage Lifecycle

– Flueid secures $15m Series A funding led by Aquiline Technology Growth.
– Flueid is the only independent digital solution to enable immediate certainty for title insurability, backed by a choice of underwriters, at the start of the loan lifecycle, empowering customers to take control and streamline their workflow.
– Flueid’s technology delivers instant transparency that mitigates and measurably reduces risk for all parties involved in the transaction thanks to scalability that delivers a defense against the ebb and flow of cyclical real estate markets thereby also solving a huge industry challenge: the time and difficulty associated with closing real estate transactions.

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Slync.io Raises $60M Series B Funding

– Slync.io from Dallas develops a logistics operating process and system orchestration platform for global logistics providers and shippers.
– Series B $60m round led by Goldman Sachs Growth with participation from ACME Ventures, 235 Capital Partners, Correlation Ventures and other existing investors.
– The new investment will be aimed at expanding the company’s business reach in Europe and Asia.
– Goldman Sachs’ John Giannuzzi will also join Slync’s board of directors.

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