Tech funding: Livspace, WalkMe, DataGrail, Copado, ioTium, Jabmo

Livspace, WalkMe, DataGrail, Copado, ioTium, Jabmo, among others, have announced their latest technology deals and technology funding.
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Livspace

Livspace has closed a $70 million Series C funding round — led by global investment funds TPG Growth and Goldman Sachs, and included participation from existing investors Jungle Ventures, Bessemer Venture Partners and Helion Ventures.

FIBRUM

FIBRUM has received an investment of $1 million for the launch of DESIRIUM targeting the VR market. The FunCubator and NP Capital funds led the investment round.

WalkMe

WalkMe, a digital adoption platform, has raised $40 million in Series F financing – led by Insight Venture Partners, with participation from WalkMe’s first institutional investor, Mangrove Capital Partners. WalkMe has raised $207.5 million to date.

DataGrail

DataGrail, a personal data privacy start-up, announced its $4 million Classic Series A round of funding at $16 million valuation. Cloud Apps Capital Partners was the lead investor, and Gunderson Dettmer participated.

Copado

Copado, a cloud-based release management platform, has raised €7.5 million in Series A funding round with an investment from Insight Venture Partners with participation from Salesforce Ventures.

ioTium

ioTium has closed $13.6 million in Series B financing. This new round of investment brings the company’s total funding to $22 million. The funding was led by continued investment from March Capital Partners. Honeywell Ventures, John Chambers’ JC2 Ventures and Hanna Ventures joined existing ioTium investors GE Ventures and Juniper Ventures in the round.

Jabmo

Jabmo, a vendor of industrial account-based marketing (ABM) solutions, raised €10 million in funding — led by Raise Ventures and Idinvest.

Saykara

Saykara, a voice and AI-powered virtual assistant for physicians, has raised $5 million invesent led by SpringRock Ventures. Other investors in Saykara include NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital, Elevate Innovation Partners (EIP), and existing investor Madrona Venture Group.

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