SeekOut announced a $ 65 million financing. Privacera raised $ 50 million; $ 15 million landed every day; Zeni raises $ 13.5 million
pipe: Pipe is a Miami, Florida-based SaaS funding platform that connects startups with investors willing to pay them a discounted rate upfront for the annual value of their contracts. Pipe raised $ 50 million in new funding. Next47 and Raptor Group from Siemens led the round, which also included the participation of Shopify, Slack, HubSpot, Okta, Chamath Palihapitiya from Social Capital, Marc Benioff from Salesforce, MSD Capital from Michael Dell, Republic, Seven Seven Six from Alexis Ohanian and Joe Lonsdale belonged to. Continue reading.
Privacera: Privacera is a Fremont, California-based manufacturer of cloud data governance and security software. Privacera has raised $ 50 million in Series B funding led by Insight Partners. Other supporters of the round include Sapphire Ventures, Battery Ventures and former investors Accel, Cervin and Point 72. Continue reading.
Locate: SeekOut is a Bellevue, Wa., High-profile hiring platform founded by former Microsoft engineers to help talent acquisition teams recruit “hard-to-find and diverse talent.” SeekOut has raised $ 65 million Series B funding led by Tiger Global Management at a post-money valuation of approximately $ 500 million. Continue reading.
Valo health: Valo Health is a Boston-based drug discovery company founded by Flagship Pioneering. Valo Health has raised $ 110 million in Series B funding that brings the round to $ 300 million. The new capital came from Koch Disruptive Technologies. Continue reading.
Vendr: Vendr is a Boston-based SaaS shopping platform. Vendr, under the direction of Tiger Global Management, has raised $ 60 million in Series A funding that has included previous investors including Craft Ventures, Y Combinator, Sound Ventures, Garage Capital, and F-Prime Capital. Continue reading.
WorkFusion: WorkFusion is a New York-based manufacturer of intelligent process automation software. WorkFusion has raised $ 220 million in Series F funding, led by Georgian. Continue reading.
Wrapbook: Wrapbook is a New York-based startup that simplifies the billing process for TV, film and commercial productions. Wrapbook has raised $ 27 million in Series A funding. Andreessen Horowitz led the group, along with Equal Ventures, Uncork Capital, WndrCo and CAA co-founder Michael Ovitz. Continue reading.
Every day: Daily is a San Francisco-based startup whose API makes it easy to add video chat to any product or website. Daily raised $ 15 million in Series A funding led by Lachy Groom, an early Stripe employee who became an investor. Tiger Global Management and most of Daily’s seed investors also attended. Continue reading.
M1 finance: M1 Finance is a Chicago-based automated money management platform. M1 Finance, led by Coatue, has raised $ 75 million in Series D funds with the participation of Left Lane Capital and Clocktower Technology Ventures. The company only completed its Series B and C rounds last year. Continue reading.
Demostack: Demostack is a San Francisco-based no-code product experience platform. Demostack has raised $ 17.3 million in two previously undisclosed rounds. Investors include Bessemer Venture Partners, Amiti Ventures, Operator Collective and Cerca Partners. Continue reading.
Song clip: Songclip is a Bay Area based startup whose API allows users to search music and share music when integrated with other apps. Songclip has raised $ 11 million in donations led by Evolution VC Partners. Kraft Group, Michael Rubin, Raised in Space, Gaingels and Forefront Venture Partners also took part in the round. Continue reading.
Tackle.io: Tackle.io is a Boise, Idaho-based, cloud marketplace subscription platform that enables software vendors to generate revenue. Tackle.io has raised $ 35 million in Series B funding under the direction of Andreessen Horowitz with the participation of former backer Bessemer Venture Partners. Continue reading.
Calixa: Calixa is a San Francisco-based startup whose SaaS business software tool aims to better manage the bottom-up sales process. Calixa today announces that it raised $ 4.25 million about a year ago. Kleiner Perkins had led the way, along with Operator Collective, Liquid 2 Ventures, and a number of individual investors. Continue reading.
cube: Cube is a New York-based maker of planning and analysis software for corporate finance teams. Cube raised $ 10 million in Series A funding. Mayfield led the way, along with Bonfire Ventures and Operator Collective. Continue reading.
Mentorcam: Mentorcam is an LA-based video messaging platform for consumer advice from experts including former NFL player Michael Vick and former Miss Universe Natalie Glebova. Mentorcam raised $ 1.4 million. General Catalyst led the way, along with Studio VC, Kosinski Ventures and Realize Tech Fund. Continue reading.
Locate:: Locate is a Washington-based, AI-powered Talent 360 platform. Locate announced a $ 65 million Series B financing led by Tiger Global Management with the participation of existing investors Madrona Venture Group and Mayfield. Continue reading.
Zeni: Zeni is a Palo Alto-based, AI-powered accounting fintech company. Zeni announced a Series A financing of $ 13.5 million Led by Saama Capital with the participation of Amit Singhal, Sierra Ventures, SVB Financial Group, Liquid 2 Ventures, Firebolt Ventures, Dragon Capital and Twin Ventures with other prominent angel investors. Continue reading.
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