Clarify Health raised $ 115 million; Unite Us landed $ 150 million; SquareSpace raised $ 300 million

Appfire: Appfire is a Burlington, Ma., Company that has developed domain expertise in creating, launching, and distributing apps through the Atlassian Marketplace. Appfire raised $ 100 million from TA Associates. Continue reading

Clarify health: Clarify Health is a San Francisco-based company that sells analytics to health organizations. Clarify Health raised $ 115 million in Series C funding. Insight Partners led the round, along with Spark Capital, Concord Health Partners, HWVP, Rivas Capital, Sigmas Group and KKR. Continue reading

Socure: Socure is a New York-based company that uses AI and machine learning to verify identities. Socure has raised $ 100 million in Series D funding valued at $ 1.3 billion. Accel led the round, along with past backers such as Commerce Ventures, Scale Venture Partners, Flint Capital, Citi Ventures, Wells Fargo Strategic Capital, Synchrony, Sorenson Ventures, Two Sigma Ventures, and others. Continue reading

SquareSpace: SquareSpace is a New York-based company that creates and hosts websites. SquareSpace has raised $ 300 million in funding that valued the company at $ 10 billion. New supporters include Dragoneer, Tiger Global Management, D1 Capital Partners, Fidelity Management & Research Company, funds and accounts advised by T. Rowe Price Associates, and Spruce House. Continue reading

Strive for health: Strive Health is a Denver, Co.-based kidney care startup. Strive Health raised $ 140 million in Series B funding. CapitalG led the way, along with Redpoint Ventures and previous supporters NEA, Town Hall Ventures, Ascension Ventures and Echo Ventures. Continue reading

Unite us: Unite Us is a New York-based company building coordinated healthcare networks. Unite Us has raised $ 150 million in funding led by Iconiq Growth. Other investors in the group include Emerson Collective, Optum Ventures, Transformation Capital Partners, Define Ventures, Salesforce Ventures and Town Hall Ventures. Continue reading

Cyware: Cyware is a New York-based company that helps customers identify and stop advanced cyberattacks. Cyware has raised $ 30 million in Series B funding. Advent International led the way, along with Ten Eleven Ventures and previous investors such as Prelude Fund, Emerald Development Managers, Great Road Holdings and Zscaler.Continue reading

docker: Docker is a San Francisco-based inventor of modern software containers who now focus solely on helping development teams get things done. Docker has raised $ 23 million in Series B funding led by Tribe Capital, adding previous backers Benchmark and Insight Partners. Continue reading

Flowspace: Flowspace is an LA-based on-demand warehouse fulfillment startup. Flowspace has raised $ 31 million in Series B funding. BuildGroup led the way while attending previous back covers, the company says. Continue reading

GlookoMountain View, Calif., A 10-year telemedicine company that makes remote patient monitoring and chronic care management tools for diabetes has raised $ 30 million in Series D funding. Health Catalyst Capital led the way, along with previous investors such as Canaan Partners, Georgian Partners, Novo Nordisk, Insulet and Mayo Clinic. Continue reading

SafeGraph: SafeGraph is a Bay Area-based location data analytics company. SafeGraph has raised $ 45 million in Series B funding, led by Sapphire Ventures, with previous investors Ridge Ventures, DNX Ventures and Peter Thiel. The company has now raised a total of $ 61 million. Continue reading

Ascending team: Rising Team is a Palo Alto, California-based SaaS platform designed to guide managers in mastering the soft skills of coaching and team building. The Rising Team, with the participation of Peterson Ventures, Burst Capital, Xoogler Ventures, 500 Startups, Roble Ventures, Supernode Ventures and several individual investors, has raised $ 3 million in seed capital led by the Female Founders Fund. Continue reading

UpCodes: UpCodes is a San Francisco-based startup whose tools promise to manage building regulations to avoid construction project delays and clarify requirements. UpCodes has raised $ 3.4 million in seed capital under the direction of Point Nine Capital. Continue reading

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