Tech funding: Netsmart, Megvii, Licious, ParkJockey,

Technology companies such as Netsmart Technologies, Megvii, Licious, ParkJockey, SameDay Security,, among others, have announced their latest funding rounds.
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Netsmart Technologies

TA Associates has signed a definitive agreement to invest, alongside GI Partners, in Netsmart Technologies, a healthcare software company delivering management process solutions and electronic medical records to the health and human services (HHS) and post-acute end markets.


Chinese artificial intelligence provider Megvii, commonly known as Face++, is targeting to raise $500 million in a new funding round that pegs the current valuation of the firm at $3.5 billion, Reuters reported.


NavVis, a provider of indoor spatial intelligence solutions for enterprises, closed a new funding round, raising a total of $35.5 million — led by Digital+ Partners, with additional participation from new investor Kozo Keikaku Engineering (KKE) and existing investors MIG, Target Partners and BayBG.


Licious, online meat and seafood seller, has raised a Series D round of $25 million led by Nichirei Corp of Japan, along with existing investors 3one4 Capital, Bertelsmann India Investments, Vertex Ventures Southeast Asia and India, UCLA and Sistema Asia Fund. With the fresh round, the total funding raised by the company since its inception in 2015 has reached $64 million.


ParkJockey, a parking technology solutions provider, received investment from the SoftBank Group.


Audiobyte, the parent company of Gifnote, has completed a $6 million Series A financing round.

SameDay Security

SameDay Security, which develops and sells electronic health monitoring and emergency response systems, has completed its Series D round or private equity offerings, bringing their total funding to $35 million using 506 Reg D offerings from accredited investors and family offices., an Artificial Intelligence (AI) start-up based in the San Francisco Bay Area, closed Series A financing round of US$ 13 million – led by Luxembourg-based private investment fund Blamar, while existing investors also participated in the round.