Technology companies such as RoboSense, StrongKey, Classting, GoodTime, ciValue, Lumenari, Demisto, among others, have announced their founding rounds.
RoboSense, an autonomous driving solution provider, announced funding of over $45 million or RMB 300 million — provided by technology and industry leaders, including Cainiao Smart Logistics Network, the logistics arm of the Alibaba Group; SAIC Motor Group, the largest publicly-traded auto manufacturer in China; and BAIC Group electric vehicle company.
StrongKey announced a Series A round of funding of $10 million by Systena America at the end of last year.
Korea-based Education social platform Classting raised about $4 million investment from venture capital Mistletoe. In addition, Classting raised about $2.5 million in investment from the Korea Development Bank, attracting total investment of $6.5million.
GoodTime, a B2B SaaS talent operations platform, has closed $5 million Series A funding led by Bullpen Capital, with participation from GSV Capital and Array.vc. The company will use the capital to invest in product, technology and sales teams.
ciValue, a provider of cloud-based precision marketing and supplier advertising platforms for retailers, announced a $6 million Series A investment, led by Nielsen and Sonae IM. The investment was joined by Emery Investments and several other investors.
Lumenari, a provider of LED phosphors for LCD display backlighting applications, has closed a $3 million Series A funding led by TJ Rodgers, Jeremy Blank, Revolution’s “Rise of the Rest” Seed Fund and Hanover Partners. The company will use the capital to complete an advanced lab-scale manufacturing line for its technology Emerald, establish testing deals with packaged LED suppliers and pass initial qualification testing.
Demisto, a provider of security orchestration, automation and response technology, closed a $43 million Series C funding round led by Greylock Partners. Additional investors participating in this funding round include early investors Accel Partners, ClearSky Security and others, bringing total funding to date to $69 million. Demisto will use funds to drive go-to-market expansion and accelerate adoption and deployment of its platform.
Total Expert, a fintech software provider, has raised $20 million in Series B funding — led by Emergence Capital with participation from Rally Ventures and Arthur Ventures, bringing Total Expert’s total funding to $34 million.
Rollick, the first affinity buying program and enterprise lead management solution for the powersports, RV, marine and industrial equipment industries, has closed $8.3 million in Series A funding. LiveOak Venture Partners led the round joined by additional new investors (Anthem Venture Partners and ManchesterStory Group) and existing investors (Silverton, Autotech Ventures and Capital Factory). This brings the total capital invested in the company to almost $14 million.
Qordoba, a content management platform, announced Series B funding of $11.5 million, led by Aspect Ventures. Upfront Ventures, Rincon Ventures, Broadway Angels and Michael Stoppelman, the co-founder of Yelp, also participated in the round. The company will use the funds to accelerate development of Qordoba’s EQ-AI. Qordoba has raised $21 million to date. New customers of Qordoba include Visa, Marriott, Conde Nast, the NBA, Postmates and Sephora.