Illumix, Tamr, Posates, Quantum Metric, Singular, SnapMD, Emplify, among others, have announced their technology funding from investors.
Illumix, a gaming technology company, has raised $8.6 million in seed funding led by venture capital firms Maveron and Lightspeed Venture Partners. Radar Partners, Unusual Ventures, and 451 Media, co-founded by Michael Bay, also invested.
Tamr has closed $10 million in new equity capital, including participation from Pear Tree Partners and Granite Hill Capital Partners. The new financing adds to the company’s recent $18 million raise announced in July.
Posates has raised $300 million led by Tiger Global Management.
Quantum Metric, a provider of analytics, has raised $25 million Series A round funding led by Insight Venture Partners. The investment will help Quantum Metric accelerate its growth as the company projects 400 percent year-over-year revenue increase for 2018.
Singular has closed $30 million in Series B funding – led by Norwest Venture Partners — to accelerate product development and innovation.
SnapMD, a telehealth technology provider, has raised $7.1 million in Series B funding, bringing the total capital raised to date to $16.3 million.
Emplify, an employee engagement measurement company, has raised $7.5 million funding led by growth equity investor Edison Partners. Prior investors, including Allos Ventures, Cultivation Capital and former Aprimo CEO and Cofounder Bill Godfrey also participated in the round.
The AI Foundation has secured $10 million funds from Founders Fund, You & Mr Jones, Endeavor, Biz Stone, among others.
Indigo Ag closed $250 million Series E funding from new and existing investors, including Baillie Gifford, Invesent Corporation of Dubai, the Alaska Permanent Fund, and the company’s founder, Flagship Pioneering. This financing brings Indigo’s total capital raised to over $650 million.
Fidelis Cybersecurity, a provider of automated detection and response capabilities, has completed $25 million funding led by the company’s existing investors
Radicle Growth announced the launch of the Radicle Global Pre-Seed (GPS) Challenge. The GPS Challenge is a competition to identify and invest in pre-seed Agtech and Foodtech companies in the world and provide access to the Radicle platform.