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Axuall Closes $10.4 Million Series A Financing Led by Flare Capital Partners

– Axuall, a digital professional identity network that enables healthcare providers to share their authenticated credentials and qualifications in real-time, announced that they closed $10.4m in Series A funding led by Flare Capital Partners.
– The round was led by Flare Capital Partners and includes participation from the company’s executive leadership, Intermountain Ventures, University Hospitals Ventures, MedStar Health, Epsilon Health, InHealth Ventures, AV8 Ventures, JumpStart, M25 Ventures, and North Coast Ventures.
– Capital from this financing will be used to accelerate R&D, implementations, sales, and marketing as the company grows its customer base of healthcare organizations.
– “Led by Flare Capital Partners and representing over two dozen healthcare organizations, this financing represents a ringing endorsement from the healthcare community,” said Axuall’s CEO, Charlie Lougheed.

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LitLingo Announces $7.5 Million Series A Funding Round

– LitLingo has completed a $7.5M Series A funding round.
– The investment is led by Breyer Capital, joined by former IBM CEO Sam Palmisano.
– LitLingo enables businesses to enhance communications, strengthen culture, and mitigate risk by providing real-time language analysis within platforms such as Gmail, Slack, Zendesk, and Microsoft O365.
– LitLingo plans to use the capital to double the company headcount over the next twelve months at their Austin, TX headquarters and remotely.
– Scaling out the company’s go-to-market team will include key investments in recruiting sales, marketing, customer success, and engineering roles.
– Additionally, the newly secured funding will help support product enhancements, including growing its library of AI models and communication platform data and application connectors.

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Carbyne raises $20M more so when death knocks, you don’t answer the door

– Israel-based Carbyne raised $20m in Series C funding.
– The round was led by Global Medical Response, one of the world’s largest emergency medical providers who operates fleets of vehicles, trucks, helicopters and planes to get patients to hospital facilities expeditiously.
– GMR COO Edward Van Horne will join Carbyne’s board of directors.

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Slintel scores $20M Series A as buyer intelligence tool gains traction

– Slintel, a startup providing that kind of data, announced a $20m Series A.
– The company has attracted some big-name investors, with GGV leading the round and Accel, Sequoia and Stellaris also participating.
– The investment brings the total raised to over $24m, including a $4.2m seed round from last November.
– The company plans to grow faster again.

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Factal, which alerts companies of breaking news events, raises $3.3M after doubling revenue in 2020

– Factal, a Seattle startup which monitors breaking news to help companies assess risks to their business, has raised $3.3m in a Series A funding round.
– The round was led by Arthur Ventures with participation from lead seed investor Seachange Fund.
– The startup was founded by key players of the former Breaking News website and app, which attracted millions of followers, but was shut down by NBC News for lack of revenue in 2016.
– Factal CEO Charlie Tillinghast previously oversaw the creation of Breaking News as an internal startup when he was president and CEO of MSNBC Interactive, the former Microsoft and NBC News joint venture.
– Fellow co-founders are Cory Bergman, Factal’s vice president of product, and Ben Tesch, vice president of technology.

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Cognigy Raises $44M in Series B Funding

– Cognigy is a Düsseldorf, Germany-based provider of a Conversational AI platform for omnichannel Customer and Employee Service Automation.
– Company raised $44m in Series B funding.
– The round was led by Insight Partners with participation from DN Capital, Global Brain, Nordic Makers, Inventures and Digital Innovation and Growth.
– The new investment will be used to accelerate company’s global customer growth, create new partnerships, and continue to enhance its platform capabilities for companies to speed up enterprise-grade AI adoption.

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Zoom fatigue no more: Rewatch raises $20M to index, transcribe and store enterprise video content

– Rewatch, a video archiving startup, raised $20m in Series A funding.
– The round was led by Andreessen Horowitz and joined by Haystack and Upside Partners, as well as a number of individuals.
– It comes on the heels of Rewatch announcing a $2m seed round only in January of this year.

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Cognigy Secures Funding to Meet Growing Demand for Conversational AI in Asia-Pacific

– Cognigy secured funding from Global Brain, one of Japan’s largest venture capital firms.
– The funding will enable Cognigy to capitalize on its position as a leader in Conversational AI and customer service automation in high-growth markets such as the Asia-Pacific region.
– As customer expectations continue to evolve, Cognigy’s top priority is to equip contact centers with AI-first technology to resolve customer issues at unmatched speed and consistency.
– Its robust Conversational AI platform easily integrates into existing tools to successfully scale support and permeate more channels for customers.
– Built on the premise that Conversational AI could rival the power of customer service agents with the same human-like quality at lower costs, Cognigy aims to catalyze this unique convergence of conversation and processes.

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