ClearAccessIP, Voxpopme, Caper, Samsara, Snyk, CIMCON, Sourced Group, aPriori, Pluang, among others, announced their latest VC / PE funding from venture capital companies.
ClearAccessIP has secured $3.7 million in investment in seed and note financing. Six notable investors have been added, including Alpana Ventures, Plug and Play Ventures, Founder’s X and Bill Tai, among others.
Voxpopme, a video feedback and analytics company, has closed a $9 million Series A1 equity financing led by Origin Ventures.
Caper, an AI-powered shopping cart, has closed a $10 million funding in Series A round led by Lux Capital with the participation of existing investors such as First Round Capital, Y Combinator, Hardware Club, Sidekick Fund, and FundersClub. Red Apple Group, a New York supermarket chain, as well as other undisclosed strategic investors, also participated in the round.
Samsara, an Industrial IoT company, has raised $300 million in funding from new investors Tiger Global and Dragoneer, along with existing investors Andreessen Horowitz and General Catalyst. Samsara raised $530 million to date.
Karuna Labs, a provider personalized functional restoration and chronic pain management programs using Virtual Reality (VR) technology, has raised $3 million in seed funding, led by Baseline Ventures, with investments from Anorak Ventures, the AET Fund, the Hustle Fund, Correlation Ventures, and Dreamit Ventures.
Snyk, a security company, has raised $70 million investment, led by Accel and existing investors GV and Boldstart Ventures. Snyk has raised $102 million to date.
CIMCON, a provider of smart cities technologies, has raised $33 million financing led by Digital Alpha, which includes $23 million in Series C funding and a $10 million revenue-sharing facility. Energy Impact Partners (EIP), who led the Series B also participated in the round.
Sourced Group (Sourced), an IT consultancy specialising in large-scale cloud transformations for regulated industries, has raised a CAD $20 million financing – led by Round 13 Capital with participation from Comerica Bank and HSBC.
aPriori, a provider of enterprise product cost management (PCM) software featuring design for manufacturability (DFM) and cost (DTC) solutions, has raised $26.8 million series C financing round – led by Autodesk with participation from other new and existing investors including NewSpring Capital, PBJ Capital, Oyster Angel Fund, Sigma Partners, Sigma Prime Ventures and Gutbrain Ventures.
Pluang, a fintech startup providing digital micro-savings for Indonesians, has raised $3 million Series A funding led by Go-Ventures.