Tech funding: CyberGRX, Numerated, Deputy, Phiar, HYAS

CyberGRX, Numerated, Deputy, Phiar, HYAS, Tock, OpenLegacy, Point Inside, Oriente, among others, have announced their latest funding rounds.
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CyberGRX, a provider of cyber risk exchange, has raised $30 million in Series C funding led by Scale Venture Partners. Existing investors Aetna Ventures, Allegis Group, Bessemer Venture Partners, The Blackstone Group, ClearSky, GV, MassMutual Ventures, and TenEleven Ventures also participated in the round. CyberGRX has raised $59 million in equity financing to date.


Numerated, the financial technology company offering banks a real-time lending and growth platform, has closed $8 million in additional financing — bringing its total funding to $17 million. Current investors Venrock, FIS and FINTOP Capital led the financing.


Deputy, a workforce management software platform, closed an $81 million Series B funding round.


Phiar, a machine learning and augmented reality innovator, announced a seed funding round of $3 million — co-led by the Venture Reality Fund and Norwest Venture Partners with the participation from Anorak Ventures, Mayfield Fund, Zeno Ventures, Cross Culture Ventures, GFR Fund, Y Combinator, Innolinks Ventures and Half Court Ventures.


HYAS, a provider of intelligence solutions for cybersecurity professionals, received $2 million debt financing from Silicon Valley Bank (SVB).


Tock, a reservations platform for restaurants, wineries, and pop-ups, has closed $9.5 million funding — led by Valor Equity Partners and Origin Ventures.


OpenLegacy, a microservices-based API integration for back-end applications, has closed a funding round of $30 million – led by Silverhorn Investment Advisors.

Point Inside

Point Inside, a provider of indoor mapping and SaaS solutions, announced $3.5 million investment round led by Vestech Partners, a private equity investment firm focused on growth investing.


RtGlass, a provider of augmented reality experiences on smartglasses to cultural and historic sites, closed a $1.3 million angel financing round.


Oriente, the Hong Kong-based financial services and technology company, completed a $105 million initial funding round. This included investment from the founders and a group of family offices including members of the Berjaya Group, JG Summit Holdings and Sinar Mas.

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