Clubspeed, Perspectium, Censinet, Audioburst, CI Security, KeepTruckin, Astound, Voiceflow, Coconut Software, among others, announced their latest VC funding from investors.
Bellwether Financial Group has completed $20 million equity investment with Nadavon Capital Partners in Clubspeed, a SaaS solutions designed to enhance customer experience and simplify engagement for entertainment and activity centers.
Perspectium, a service management integration company, has closed an $8 million Series B funding round with a second investment from TVC Capital.
Censinet, the third-party risk management company for healthcare providers, raised $7.8 million in Series A funding co-led by HLM Venture Partners and Cedars-Sinai Health System with participation from seed investors Schooner Capital, LRVHealth and Excelerate Health Ventures.
Audioburst, a voice-search company, announced investment worth over $10 million from Dentsu and Hyundai Motor Company in conjunction with existing investors.
KeepTruckin, a fleet management company, secured $149 million in a Series D investment led by Greenoaks Capital, with participation from existing investors IVP, GV, Index Ventures and Scale Venture Partners.
CI Security has raised $9.6 million in Series B fundraising led by Alan Frazier’s East Seattle Partners, with $9.6 million raised. Including its Series A in 2018, CI Security has now raised over $16 million.
Astound, an enterprise software company that uses AI to re-imagine and improve employee service, has raised $15.5 million in Series B financing — led by March Capital Partners, with participation from previous investors Vertex Ventures, Pelion Venture Partners, Moment Ventures, and the Slack Fund.
Voiceflow, a design and development platform for voice apps, has raised a $3 million seed funding round led by True Ventures.
CIBC Innovation Banking announced $1.75 million in debt financing with Coconut Software. Coconut Software is a cloud-based SaaS appointment scheduling and lobby management solution that is modernizing how banks and credit unions engage with their clients.
Founded in 2007, Coconut Software is backed by Information Venture Partners, ScaleUp Ventures, StandUp Ventures and Neal Dempsey of Bay Partners.
Blueshift, a customer data activation platform, raised $15 million in Series-B investment — led by Softbank’s new AI-focused early stage fund, Softbank Ventures Asia. Blueshift’s previous investors, including Storm Ventures and Nexus Venture Partners, also participated in the Series-B.
Harness, a Continuous Delivery-as-a-Service platform, has closed a $60 million Series B funding round led by IVP, Google Ventures (GV), and ServiceNow Ventures. Existing investors Menlo Ventures and Unusual Ventures also participated in the round.
SocialSurvey has raised $14.5 million in new financing to continue expanding its platform and scale into multiple business verticals.
SocialSurvey is backed by venture capital veterans Curtis Feeny and Jim McClean of Silicon Valley Data Capital (SVDC) and Eric Filipek of Kennet Partners.
Locus Robotics, an autonomous mobile robots company for fulfillment warehouses, has raised $26 million in Series C funding. Participants in the round include Zebra Ventures, the strategic investment arm of Zebra Technologies, and Scale Venture Partners, which led the company’s Series B round in 2017.
Toyota Motor, DENSO Corporation and the SoftBank Vision Fund (SVF) will invest $1 billion in Uber Technologies.
HR Path, a technology company targeting human resources market, has raised €100 million through the support of ANDERA Partners.
ExplORer Surgical, a platform for intraoperative surgical and interventional procedure workflow management and analytics, raised $5 million financing round. Aphelion Capital, who led an initial Series A Financing round in September 2017, led the follow-on round with participation from all major existing and new investors.
Theator, the AI-powered surgical decision support company, has raised $3 million funding round led by StageOne, iAngels and KdTVC.
Pink Lily, an online fashion retailer, has received a significant minority investment from private equity investors focused on partnering with fast-growth e-commerce businesses.
Tencent Holdings has invested in Argentine mobile banking service Uala, which also counts George Soros and Point72 Ventures LLC among its investors.