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Electric utility bike company Ubco scores $10M strategic investment with TPK

– New Zealand-based electric utility bike company Ubco announced a new strategic partnership with TPK Holdings, a Taiwanese electric components manufacturing company.
– As part of the agreement, TPK will be leading Ubco’s Series B with a $10 million investment, bringing the company’s total funding to $23 million.
– TPK will also bring the company significant supply chain support as well as scaling and manufacturing capabilities in the near future.
– At the initial stage of the partnership, TPK’s large network of global suppliers will help Ubco ramp up production of its flagship 2X2 electric utility bike, which comes in an off-road version geared for farmers and a city version geared for last-mile logistics.
– Ubco is also gearing up to release two new vehicles for which TPK will provide dedicated manufacturing support.

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Park Bench Solutions Raises $1.5M in Second Funding Round

– Park Bench Solutions from Tampa, FL provides software that enables voice service providers using BroadWorks to evolve with new features, functionalities, and integrations.
– The company raised $1.5m in funding.
– The round was led by the company’s original angel investor from 2014.
– The new investment will be used to expand the company’s team in customer success, project management, API / web development, and marketing roles.

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Iron Ox Raises $53M in Series C Funding

– Iron Ox is a San Carlos CA-based agtech startup.
– The company raised $53M in Series C funding.
– The round was led by Breakthrough Energy Ventures.
– The company intends to use the funds to expand its grocery store presence, accelerate hiring, particularly of plant scientists, engineers, greenhouse operators and roboticists, and grow its research and development programs, and its manufacturing scale across the United States.

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Software supply chain management company Cloudsmith raises $15M

– Cloudsmith has raised $15m in a series A funding round led by Tiger Global, with participation from Shasta, Amaranthine, Sorenson, Leadout Capital, Frontline, MMC, and Techstart.
– The infusion brings the company’s total raised to over $17m.
– Cloudsmith’s platform aims to solve this by helping organizations distribute software without the need for local datacenters and the costs associated with them.
– Cloudsmith can also automatically scan for security vulnerabilities, helping businesses avoid introducing exploits into their software supply chains.

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Loft Labs Raises $4.6M in Seed Funding

– Loft Labs is a San Francisco, CA-based provider of a solution which enables platform teams in large enterprises to give engineers self-service access to Kubernetes.
– The company raised $4.6m in seed funding.
– The round was led by Fusion Fund, with participation from RTP Seed, Emergent Ventures, Berkeley SkyDeck Fund, as well as angel investor and Puppet CTO Abby Kearns, who recently joined the company’s advisory board.

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Blockchain Gaming North America Software

Dapper Labs Raises $250M in Funding

– Dapper Labs, Inc. is a Vancouver, BC-based company behind NBA Top Shot and the Flow blockchain.
– The company raised $250M in funding.
– The round was led by Coatue, with participation from existing investors a16z, GV (formerly Google Ventures) and Version One Ventures and new investors including BOND and GIC.
– The new investment will be used to scale and support major additional brand-driven sports, entertainment and music based products coming online and being developed on the Flow blockchain.

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DoorLoop Raises $10M in Seed Round

– DoorLoop is a Miami FL-based rental property management software company.
– The company raised $10M in Seed funding.
– The round was led by DoorLoop’s founders and private investors.
– The company intends to use the funds to further invest in its technology platform, recruiting efforts and marketing initiatives.

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Chapter Raises $17M in Series A Funding

– Chapter is a New York-based Medicare Advisor.
– The company raised $17M in Series A funding.
– The round was led by Narya Capital with participation from Susa Ventures, Maverick Ventures, XYZ Venture Capital, Core Innovation Capital and Health2047 Capital Partners.
– The new investment will be used to accelerate the company’s product development efforts, expand its team of engineers and licensed advisors, and further invest in supporting its members.

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Business Canvas, a Korea-based document management SaaS company, closes $2.5M seed round

– Business Canvas, a South Korean document management SaaS company, raised $2.5m seed round.
– The round was led by Mirae Asset Venture Investment and joined by Kakao Ventures and Nextrans Inc.
– The company plans to use the funding for accelerating product development and the global launch of an open beta for its AI-powered document management platform.

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Rose Technology Raises $5.5M in Seed Funding

– Rose Technology from NYC develops a platform for companies to collect, analyze, and generate revenue from data.
– Series A $5.5m round was led by Portage Ventures with participation from BoxGroup and Sound Ventures.
– The company will use the funds to expand operations and business reach.

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Oyster Announces New Funding

– Oyster, the company that makes hiring talented people around the world compliant, human, and delightful.
– Company has announced investments from PayPal Ventures and HR Tech Investments, an affiliate of Indeed.

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Genially raises $20M to make interactive content a global standard

– Genially, a leading interactive content creation platform, has raised $20M with its latest round of funding.
– Their Series B financing was led by the U.S. venture capital firms 645 Ventures and Owl Ventures and aims to accelerate the company’s goal to set a global standard in content creation.
– They were joined by the European venture capitalists DN Capital and Brighteye Ventures and successful entrepreneurs like s16VC and Kahoot founders.
– This capital injection advances Genially’s place as a leader in interactive content.

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Propel Announces $20 Million Series C to Help Manufacturers Deliver Long Term Customer Engagement

– Propel announced it has raised $20m in Series C financing.
– The investment was led by Salesforce Ventures, with participation from existing investors Norwest Venture Partners, Cloud Apps Capital Partners, Green D Ventures and TIFF.
– The company has raised a total of $48m in funding to date.
– With this new round of funding, Propel will continue its development of Product 360 – the only unified quality management (QMS), product lifecycle management (PLM) and commercialization solution built on Salesforce.
– By connecting product, quality, customer and supplier information in a single platform, Product 360 helps manufacturers launch products faster, simplify quality and compliance, and improve their employee user experience.

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Workflow automation startup Daylight lands $12.3M

– Toronto, Canada-based Daylight, formerly FormHero, announced it has raised $12.3 million in a series A round led by RTP Global, Bessemer Venture Partners with participation from Golden Ventures.
– The company says the funds, which bring its total raised to $14.56 million, will be used to support go-to-market activities and expand the capabilities of its automation platform.
– A growing number of businesses are investing in tech-powered solutions to minimize repetitive office processes. In a 2020 McKinsey survey, 66% of enterprises said they were piloting platforms to automate at least one business process. And in a survey conducted by ServiceNow, 86% of respondents said that by 2020 their organizations would require intelligent automation to keep up with business requirements.

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Dispense Raises $2M in Seed Funding

– Dispense is a New York-based digital dispensary management platform.
– The company raised $2M in Seed funding.
– The round was led by NextView Ventures with participation from Poseidon Asset Management, Achari Ventures along with Arrive and Wayne Chang.
– The new investment will be used to hire talent, continue developing and enhancing their product, and scale their sales and marketing efforts.

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Clovers Scores $15M Seed Financing Round

– Clovers, a human resources technology firm leveraging conversational intelligence to improve interviewing and hiring practices, today announced it has raised $15m in seed funding.
– The round was led by Greycroft and Alpha Edison with participation from Crosslink Capital, Acadian Ventures, Fika Ventures and Act One Ventures.
– Clovers is the intelligent interview platform that uses human and conversational intelligence to accelerate hiring, uncover bias, and put the right people in the right role every time.

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PhenoTips Closes CAD $2.5M Funding Round Led by GreenSky Capital for Software to Transform Medical Genetics

– PhenoTips announced that it has raised CAD $2.5m in an oversubscribed seed fundraising round led by the GreenSky Accelerator Fund IV.
– The round includes the support of the Toronto Innovation Acceleration Partners, Thin Air Labs, Yorkville Partners, and angel investors including members of the GreenSky President’s Club.
– PhenoTips empowers healthcare providers to deliver precision medicine with the most complete and interoperable software solution for medical genetics.
– The company plans to double the size of its twelve-person Canada-based team and expand its cloud-based product offerings.

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ClickHouse Raises $50M in Series A Funding

– ClickHouse is a New York-based provider of an online analytical processing (OLAP) database management system.
– Company raised $50m in Series A funding.
– The round was led by Index Ventures and Benchmark with participation from Yandex N.V.
– The new investment will be used to accelerate the company’s growth and expand operations.

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Vintra Secures $9.125M in Funding

– Vintra, Inc. from San Jose develops AI-powered video analytics solutions.
– The company raised $9.125M in funding.
– The round was led by Morpheus Ventures with participation from Lavrock Ventures and existing investors – Vertex Ventures US and Bonfire Ventures.
– The new investment will be aimed at expanding the company’s operations and business reach.

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Altana AI Raises $15M Series A Investment to Build the Single Source of Truth On the Global Supply Chain

– Altana AI is helping enterprises, governments, and logistics providers navigate these changes by connecting them to a shared source of truth on the global supply chain.
– Altana AI has secured $15m in Series A funding, led by GV (formerly Google Ventures).
Floating Point, Ridgeline Partners, and existing investors Amadeus Capital Partners and Schematic Ventures joined the round.

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Near Space Labs closes $13M Series A to send more Earth imaging robots to the stratosphere

– Near Space Labs, a geospatial intelligence startup, raised $13m in Series A funding.
– The round was led by Crosslink Capital and joined by Toyota Ventures and existing investors Leadout Capital and Wireframe Ventures.
– Near Space Labs also announced that Crosslink partner Phil Boyer has joined its board.
– Near Space Labs is focused on urbanized areas where change happens very rapidly.
– The company has named its platform “Swifty”.
– Each one is capable of reaching altitudes between 60,000 and 85,000 feet and capturing 400-1,000 square kilometers of imagery per flight.
– The company sells the data it collects and has developed an API through which customers can access the data via a subscription model.

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Fivetran to Acquire HVR; Announces $565 Million in Series D Funding

– Fivetran, the leading provider of automated data integration, announced it has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire HVR, a leading provider of enterprise data replication technology.
– The acquisition will allow Fivetran to provide breakthrough database replication performance along with enterprise-grade security to address the massive market for modernizing analytics for operational data associated with ERP systems, Oracle databases, and more.
– Fivetran also announced it has raised a $565 million Series D round, consisting of new and existing investors. Andreessen Horowitz (a16z) led the round with participation from existing investors General Catalyst, CEAS Investments, Matrix Partners, and others, along with new investors ICONIQ Capital, D1 Capital Partners and YC Continuity. Fivetran has raised $730 million to date. The company is now valued at $5.6 billion.

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Caresyntax Grabs $30M Series C Extension

– Caresyntax, the leading enterprise-level digital surgery platform delivering actionable insights to make surgery smarter and safer, today announced a $30m extension to its Series C funding round.
– The round was led by PFM Health Sciences with participation from ProAssurance, Harmonix, and existing investors such as the Relyens Group and IPF Partners.
– That round also included investments from Optum Ventures, Intel Capital, Lauxera Capital Partners, Vesalius Biocapital III, Arno Capital, Rezayat Investments, and Surgical.AI.
– The funding will be used to continue developing its platform as well as advance new data solutions that support value-based care providers.

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Ascend raises $5.5M to provide a BNPL option for commercial insurance

– Ascend, a payments platform for insurance companies, raised $5.5m in seed funding.
– The round was led by First Round Capital and joined by Susa Ventures, FirstMark Capital, Box Group and a group of angel investors.
– The company is live in 20 states.
– It offers point-of-sale financing to enable insurance brokers to break up those commercial payments into monthly installments.

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CodeSignal Raises $50M in Series C Funding

– CodeSignal is a San Francisco, CA-based technical assessment platform to make data-driven hiring decisions in tech recruiting.
– The company raised $50M in Series C funding.
– The round was led by Index Ventures with participation from Menlo Ventures, Headline, and A Capital.
– The new investment will be used to accelerate product and go-to-market functions and launch its new Integrated Development Environment (IDE) that enables relevant assessment experiences.

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Skello raises $47.3 million for its employee scheduling tool

– French startup Skello has raised a $47.3m funding round.
– The company has been working on a software-as-a-service tool that lets you manage the work schedule of your company.
Partech is leading today’s funding round. Existing investors XAnge and Aglaé Ventures are also participating.

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AI startup Sorcero secures $10M for language intelligence platform

– Sorcero, a natural language processing platform, raised $10m in Series A funding.
– The round was led by CityRock Venture Partners, the growth fund of H/L Ventures, and Harmonix Fund co-led the round and were joined by new investors Rackhouse, Mighty Capital and Leawood VC, as well as existing investors, Castor Ventures and WorldQuant Ventures.
– The company plans to invest in talent in both engineering and on the commercial side.

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Rune Labs Raises $22.8M in Series A Financing

– Rune Labs is a San Francisco, CA-based brain data company enabling the advancement and delivery of precision neuroscience therapeutics.
– The company raised $22.8m in Series A funding.
– The round was led by Eclipse Ventures with participation from current investors including DigiTx Partners and Moment Ventures.
– The new investment will be used to expand the number of patients, clinicians, and researchers using its platform.

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Kolide Raises $17M in Series B Funding

– Kolide is a Boston, MA-based user-focused endpoint security platform for teams.
– The company raised $17m in Series B funding.
– The round was led by OpenView Partners, with participation from Matrix Partners, who previously led the Series A.
– The new investment will be used to expand the product’s capabilities and hire additional engineers and product staff.

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GigaIO Raises $14.7M in Series B Funding

– GigaIO from Carlsbad is a creator of data center rack-scale architecture for artificial intelligence and high-performance computing solutions.
– Series B $14.7m round was led by Impact Venture Capital with participation from Mark IV Capital, Lagomaj Capital, SK Hynix, and Four Palms Ventures.
– The new funding will be used to expand the company’s sales and marketing efforts by recruiting more partners and expanding channel programs.

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New Zealand startup HeartLab raises $2.45M to bring heart scanning software to the US

– HeartLab, a medtech startup, raised $2.45m in seed funding.
– The company plans to expand its AI-powered heart scanning and reporting platform to cardiologists in the United States by early next year.
– HeartLab provides an end-to-end solution for echocardiograms, the ultrasound tests that doctors use to examine a patient’s heart structure and function.

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Online events platform Delegate Connect gets $10M AUD led by AirTree

– Delegate Connect, a virtual/hybrid events platform, raised $10m in seed funding.
– The round was led by AirTree Ventures and joined by Skip Capital, TEN13 and Australian startup founders like LinkTree’s Alex Zaccaria and Go1’s Andrew Barnes.
– The capital will be used to build Delegate Connect’s teams in Melbourne, London and Norway, which enable it to handle events around the world, increasing headcount from 45 to more than 100 by December.
– It also plans to open a United States-based office soon.

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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.

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Relyance AI scores $25M Series A to ensure privacy compliance at the code level

– Relyance AI, an early-stage startup that is helping companies stay in compliance with privacy laws at the code level, announced a $25m Series A.
Menlo Ventures and Unusual Ventures led the round.
– Serial entrepreneur Jyoti Bansal from Unusual will join the board under the terms of the deal.
– Matt Murphy from Menlo is coming on as a board observer.
– The company has now raised $30m.

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Real estate investment app Concreit launches with $6M in new funding

– Seattle-based Concreit enables users to invest in its real estate fund with the click of a few buttons on its app and as little as $1 starting investment.
– The launch of the app is the culmination of an endeavor more than a year in the making by CEO Sean Hsieh, who had previously founded Seattle-based VoIP communications company Flowroute, which sold in 2018.
– Hsieh co-founded Concreit with Flowroute co-founder Jordan Levy and Rui Maximo, who was formerly CTO at blockchain startups LifeID and StormX.

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Infrastructure North America Security Software

Infrastructure access platform StrongDM raises $54M

– StrongDM has raised $54m in a series B round led by Tiger Global, with participation from GV, Sequoia Capital, True Ventures, HearstLab, Bloomberg Beta, and Godfrey Sullivan.
– The proceeds will be put toward supporting “all parts” of StrongDM’s go-to-market strategy over the coming months.
– StrongDM’s solution is a tool that manages and audits access to servers, databases, datacenters, and more.
– The Burlingame, California-based company combines authentication, authorization, networking, and observability into one service, delivering infrastructure access controls across legacy and multicloud environments.
– StrongDM was founded by Zalman, Schuyler Brown, and Justin McCarthy in 2015.

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Constructor finds $55M for tech that powers search and discovery for e-commerce businesses

– Constructor, a company that powers search and product discovery tools for e-commerce businesses, raised $55m in Series A funding.
– The round was led by Silversmith Capital Partners and joined by a long list of notable individual investors.
– The company says that it powers “billions” of queries every month, with revenues growing 233% in the last year.
– Constructor is led by CEO and co-founder David Sacks, who previously co-founded Yammer and Geni.

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Flywheel Raises $22M in Series C Funding

– Flywheel announces a $22m Series C funding round.
– The round was led by 8VC and includes iSelect, Argonautic Ventures, Beringea, Novartis, HPE Pathfinder, Spike Ventures, Key Investments, Seraph, Great North Labs and others.
– Flywheel’s cloud-based data management platform enables researchers to accelerate discovery through streamlined data curation and management, automated pipelines for machine learning and analysis, and tools to ensure secure collaboration.
– With Flywheel’s platform in place, researchers across academic, clinical and life sciences organizations can transform productivity and accelerate innovation in imaging research, multicenter studies, AI development and clinical trials.

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SkyKick Announces $130 Million Financing to Accelerate Cloud Automation Platform Globally

– SkyKick, a global provider of no-code and low code cloud automation software for Information Technology Services Providers (ITSPs), announced that it closed a $130m financing bringing its total capital raised to over $200m.
– Demand for SkyKick’s newest product – Cloud Manager – has surged over 1,000% in the past year, underpinning rapid growth for SkyKick’s other cloud automation and data protection products.
– The market for Cloud Managed Services is estimated to grow to $116B by 2025 at an annual growth rate of 13.3%.1 SMBs are expected to adopt Cloud Managed Services at an even higher rate, driven by their need to reduce operational costs and streamline business processes.

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Seattle HR startup Humanly lands $4.2M to help companies automate parts of the interview process

– Humanly, a HR software, raised $4.3m in funding.
– The round was led by Zeal Capital Partners and joined by Spark Growth Ventures, Basecamp Fund, Moneta Ventures, and a group of angels including Payscale founder Joe Giordano and Aditi Consulting founder Pradeep Singh.
– Total funding to date is $5.3m.
– The company has seen revenue increase six times over the past year.
– It is riding tailwinds from companies that are rethinking their talent acquisition strategies amid the pandemic-driven shift to remote work and increasing attention on diversity.

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Integrated Finance Raises £2M in Seed Funding

– Integrated Finance is a London UK-based fintech infrastructure startup.
– The company raised £2M in Seed funding.
– The round was led by Octopus Ventures with participation from 500 Start-Ups, SuperSeed Ventures, and prominent Angels Chris Adelsbach, Srin Madipalli, and John Erdimansinga.
– The company intends to use the funds to increase product and engineering teams to further develop its platform, alongside building its commercial team to support the growth of new and existing customers.

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Clockwork Logistics Systems Raises $5.5M in Seed Funding

– Clockwork Logistics Systems, a Proof of Delivery (POD) data logistics platform based in Newark NJ, raised $5.5M in Seed funding.
– The round was led by Newtown Partners with participation from Newark Venture Partners, PSA UnboXed, Vineta Ventures and Estes Final Mile.
– The company intends to use the funds to expand operations and business reach.

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Canva Raises USD $200M in Funding; Valued at USD 40 Billion Valuation

– Canva – a global visual communications platform based in Sidney, Australia – raised USD $200m in a funding round which valued the company at USD $40b.
– The round was led by T. Rowe Price with participation from new and existing strategic investors Franklin Templeton, Sequoia Capital Global Equities, Bessemer Venture Partners, Greenoaks Capital, Dragoneer Investments, Blackbird, Felicis, and AirTree Ventures.
– The company intends to use the funds to accelerate growth, including expanding its team of more than 2,000 employees, which it is expected to double in the year ahead.

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BitSight raises $250M from Moody’s and acquires cyber risk startup VisibleRisk

– BitSight, a startup that assesses the likelihood that an organization will be breached, has received a $250 million investment from credit rating giant Moody’s.
– The investment will enable BitSight to create a cybersecurity risk platform.
Moody’s said it plans to make use of BitSight’s cyber risk data and research across its integrated risk assessment product offerings.
– BitSight acquired Israeli cyber risk assessment startup VisibleRisk for an undisclosed sum.

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Neosec, an API security startup, emerges from stealth with $20.7M

– Neosec, a cybersecurity platform designed to secure APIs, emerged from stealth with $20.7 million in series A funding from True Ventures, New Era Capital Partners, TLV, SixThirty, and several angel investors.
– According to CEO Giora Engel, the proceeds will be put toward product development and growing Neosec’s business in the U.S., Europe, the Middle East, and Asia.
– Researchers are sounding the alarm on threats to enterprise security arising from insecure APIs. Last November, Forrester warned that organizations that fail to address API vulnerabilities could face significant data breaches. And in March, Salt Security released a report on API security that showed that that 91% of organizations suffered an API-related problem last year, with more than half (54%) reporting finding exploits in their service APIs.

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Bidgely Secures $26M in Financing to Accelerate Utilities’ Leading Role in the Clean Energy Future

– Bidgely announced the closing of a $26m round of strategic financing to bolster its utility electrification and decarbonization innovations deployed around the world.
– Led by Moore Strategic Ventures, the round is joined by Accurant International, an investment venture of Bahman Hoveida, co-founder and ex-CEO of Open Systems International.
– The oversubscribed round also included existing investors, such as Future Energy Ventures, Georgian and Constellation Technology Ventures.
– Bidgely, a pioneer of disaggregation, holds 17 patents for its technology, including EV disaggregation techniques.

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CruxOCM Raises $9M Total in Venture Financing; Latest Led by Bullpen Capital

– CruxOCM is the pioneer of robotic industrial process automation (RIPA™) for control room operations.
– The company has raised $6M in venture financing to fuel growth.
– The recent round was led by Bullpen Capital, with participation from Angular Ventures, Root Ventures, Golden Ventures, Cendana Capital and Industry Ventures.
– The capital will be used to grow the company’s product lines, increase the efficiency of its installation process, and continue expanding its team across North America.

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TurningPoint Healthcare Solutions Raises Growth Funding

– TurningPoint Healthcare Solutions, a Lake Mary, Fla.-based leader in advanced clinical and technology-enabled complex care management, received a growth funding of undisclosed amount.
– The round was led by Summit Partners, with participation from Oak HC/FT and existing investor Sopris Capital.
– The new investment will enable the company to expand into areas of healthcare, enhance its innovative technology and product offering, and expand its geographic presence.

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Original Creators of Apache Pulsar Raise $23M Series-A for StreamNative, Round Led by Prosperity7 Ventures

– StreamNative, the unified messaging and streaming platform founded by the original developers of Apache Pulsar®, announced it has raised $23 million in its Series-A
– The round led by Prosperity7 Ventures, the diversified growth fund of Aramco Ventures, and followed by their seed investors.
– The company brings an unmatched team of Pulsar leadership and developer expertise and provides a platform to enable companies to manage the entire lifecycle of data in any cloud environment across the enterprise.

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Amberdata Raises $15M Series A Led by Citi

– Amberdata announced it has raised $15 Million Series A led by Citi.
Franklin Templeton, Galaxy Digital, Rovida Kruptos Assets, and executives at GoldenTree Asset Management also participated in the capital raise.
– Amberdata will use the funds to double R&D headcount and expand go-to-market both in the United States and internationally.

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Customer success platform EverAfter raises $13M

– EverAfter, a Tel Aviv, Israel-based customer success platform, announced that it raised $13 million in seed funding contributed by TLV Partners and Vertex Ventures, with participation from Benny Shneider, Zohar Gilon, and Amit Gilon.
– The proceeds will be put toward expanding the company’s workforce, CEO Noa Danon says, as well as growing EverAfter’s product footprint.
– In the coming years, 89% of businesses are expected to compete mainly on customer experience, according to Gartner — a stat highlighting the importance of customer retention.
– Attracting a new customer is on average 6 to 7 times more expensive than retaining a current one, and the churn associated with customer onboarding and retention are estimated to reach $136 billion annually in the U.S.

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CreatorIQ Raises $40 Million In New Capital To Further Accelerate Its Global Influencer Marketing Software Leadership Position

– CreatorIQ, the trusted platform used by global brands like AB InBev, Disney, Sephora and Unilever, announced a new funding round by existing investors TVC Capital, Kayne Partners Fund, Affinity Group, and Unilever Ventures. Silver Lake Waterman also joined the round as a new investor.
– The new investment brings the company’s total capital raised to over $80 million.
– CreatorIQ – the trusted platform used by global brands like AB InBev, Disney, Sephora and Unilever – will use the funding to further accelerate the leadership position of its Creator Intelligence Cloud, with a focus on e-commerce and measurement.

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MarginEdge, a restaurant management software company, raises $18M

– MarginEdge, a restaurant management app, raised $18m in Series B funding.
– The round was led by Schooner and joined by IGC Hospitality.
– It brings the company to a valuation of $100m.
– The company was using some different technology platforms to manage inventory and sales, but was looking for something to manage its whole inventory process.

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Paperstack Secures Undisclosed Funding

– Paperstack is a FinTech company based in Toronto, Canada.
– The company raised an undisclosed amount in funding.
– Backers included prominent Canadian angel investors, repeat entrepreneurs, executives and employees from Canada’s technology unicorns, as well as CPA accountants and corporate lawyers.
– The new investment will be used to continue to expand operations and its development efforts to develop and take the product to the market.

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Babyscripts Raises $12M in First Round of Series B Funding

– Babyscripts, a Washington, DC-based virtual care platform for managing obstetrics, raised $12m in the first close of its Series B funding.
– The round was led by MemorialCare Innovation Fund, a strategic healthcare investment company, with participation from Philips and the CU Healthcare Innovation Fund, as well as Banner Health, WellSpan Health, University Hospitals, and the Froedtert & the Medical College of Wisconsin health network.
– The new investment will be used to roll out its Babyscripts Virtual Maternity Care solution to providers across the US.

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Financial Services FinTech Identity Management Software Western Europe

PassFort Secures $16.2M in Series A Funding

– PassFort is a London, UK-based SaaS RegTech platform.
– The company raised 16.2m USD in Series A funding.
– The round was led by Level Equity, with participation from existing investors OpenOcean, Episode 1 and Entrepreneur First. $4.89m worth of venture debt was also provided by Shard Credit Partners.
– The new investment will be used to expand the company’s global growth plans.

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Billing Cloud Computing Enterprise Software SaaS Software Western Europe

Billogram, provider of a payments platform specifically for recurring billing, raises $45M

– Billogram, a recurring billing platform, raised $45m in funding.
– The round was led by Partech and will be used to help the Stockholm-based startup expand from its current base in Sweden to six more markets, including Germany, Norway, Finland, Ireland, France, Spain and Italy.
– The company got its start working with SMBs in 2011 but pivoted some years later to working with larger enterprises, which make up the majority of its business today.
– It’s not surprising to see Stripe and others wanting to move in the area of more complex, recurring billing services.

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Poised to Transform the Consumer Packaged Goods Industry, Cresicor Raises $5.6 Million in Seed Funding

– Cresicor, a consumer packaged goods (CPG) trade promotion management (TPM) platform startup, announced they have raised $5.6 Million in seed funding led by Costanoa Ventures with participation from Torch Capital.
– Trade promotions are the second largest spending cost that many companies incur, only behind manufacturing; companies often reinvest up to 20% of their revenue on them. Currently, TPM is often done manually – both inefficient and expensive – typically in Excel or Google Sheets.
– With CPG sales topping $720 billion dollars in just the United States in 2020, it is truly an untapped growth market.

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Cloud directory service JumpCloud raises $159M as remote work booms

– JumpCloud, a cloud-based directory service used by enterprises such as Splunk, Square, and Matterport, has raised $159 million in a series F round of funding at a $2.56 billion valuation.
– In the IT sphere, directory services are a core component of network operating systems and are chiefly concerned with mapping, storing, locating, retrieving, and managing items across a network — including devices, user identities, accounts, files and folders, and more.
– The directory service enables companies to connect their workforce with the IT resources needed to execute their jobs.
– The market is largely dominated by Microsoft’s Active Directory, given that most endpoints have historically been Windows-based PCs, which remains the case when it comes to on-premise installations.

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