Technology companies such as Agora.io, Living Security, SysAid, Workable, among others, announced their latest funding rounds from investors.
Agora.io, a voice, video and broadcasting platform, has closed $70 million in a Series C round of funding led by Coatue Management, while existing investors SIG, Morningside and Shunwei Capital participated in the latest round. Agora.io said it raised total capital of $125 million to date.
Living Security, a cyber security training company, closed $1.25 million seed round led by Active Capital with investment from Cathexis Ventures and Capital Factory.
SysAid, a provider of service desk and IT service management (ITSM) solutions, closed $30 million investment by IGP. More than 10,000 customers and 9 million end-users worldwide use SysAid daily to enhance their productivity across the workplace.
Workable, a recruiting automation platform for SMBs, raised $50 million of growth financing — led by London-based private equity firm Zouk Capital, with participation from 83North, Balderton, Notion, TriplePoint, and Endeavor Catalyst. More than 20,000 companies have used Workable to source and evaluate 50 million job candidates in 100 countries.
Berlin-based tech start-up Zenjob has raised 15 million euros in the Series B financing round, led by AXA Venture Partners. Additional capital investors are the current investors Acton Capital Partners, Redalpine, and Atlantic Labs.
CropIn Technology Solutions, an agriculture technology start-up, has raised $8 million in a Series B financing from Chiratae Ventures and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Strategic Investment Fund. CropIn’s total funding reached $12 million from investors including venture capital firm Beenext.
Botkeeper, an AI platform company, announced $18 million series A round from Greycroft and Gradient Ventures, Google’s AI-focused venture fund. Existing investors including Ignition Partners and Halfcourt Ventures also participated. The latest investment brings the total raised to $22.5 million.
Quantum Machines, a start-up developing the next generation of control and operation systems for quantum computers, has raised $5.5 million in seed financing from venture-capital firms TLV Partners and Battery Ventures. TLV led the round.