Tech funding: ByBox, ShipBob, MarketDial, Notable Health, Yoco

Technology companies such as ByBox, ShipBob, MarketDial, Notable Health, Yoco, among others, have announced their funding rounds.
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ShipBob, a technology company that streamlines fulfillment by bringing next-day and two-day shipping options to ecommerce businesses, announced $40 million in new funding — led by Menlo Ventures with participation from existing investors Bain Capital Ventures, Hyde Park Venture Partners, Hyde Park Angels and Y Combinator.


ByBox, specialists in smart locker technology and field service solutions, announced strategic investment from Francisco Partners that values ByBox at £221 million.


MarketDial, which provides software to bring online-quality tools to offline businesses, has closed a $7.5 million Series A with Crosslink Capital leading the round. Kickstart Seed Fund, Peterson Ventures and Silicon Valley Bank also participated in the funding.

Notable Health

Notable Health, an artificial intelligence (AI) powered health care company that automates and digitizes physician-patient interactions, has closed $13.5 million in a Series A funding round — led by F-Prime Capital Partners and Oak HC/FT with participation from existing investors Greylock Partners and Maverick Ventures.


South African fintech start-up Yoco raised $16 million – led by US-based venture capital firm Partech, Orange Digital Ventures, the Dutch Development Bank and South Africa’s FutureGrowth. Yoco raised $3 million in a previous funding round.


PagerDuty, a global provider of digital operations management, has closed $90 million Series D investment — led by funds and accounts managed by T Rowe Price Associates and Wellington Management, with participation from existing PagerDuty investors Accel, Andreessen Horowitz, and Bessemer Venture Partners. The round brings PagerDuty’s total amount of capital raised to $173 million.


GreyOrange, a provider of AI-powered robotics systems for automation across fulfillment centers in supply chain, closed $140 million in Series C funding – led by Mithril Capital, co-founded by Ajay Royan and Peter Thiel, Binny Bansal and other existing investors including Blume Ventures. They join Mitsubishi, Flipkart, and the Project Verte as investors in the company.