Dashlane, Prometheus Group, BabbleLabs, Pitstop, BigTime Software, Abacus Insights, Legwork, Altoida, BlueVoyant, among others, announced their latest VC funding from VC investors.
Dashlane, a digital identity management solution, has closed $110 million Series D funding round led by Sequoia Capital with the participation of existing investors Rho Ventures, FirstMark Capital, and Bessemer Venture Partners.
Genstar Capital, a private equity firm, announced the acquisition of Prometheus Group from Francisco Partners for over $1 billion. Eric Huang, chief executive officer and founder of Prometheus, will remain a significant shareholder in the company, and Francisco Partners will retain a minority investment. Prometheus is a provider of plant maintenance operations and optimization software.
BabbleLabs, a speech technology startup, has raised Series A financing of $14 million from institutional and individual investors. The round was co-led by Dell Technologies Capital and Intel Capital, with contributions from new investors and all major seed investors.
Pitstop, a platform for predicting vehicle failures, has raised $1.5 million in seed funding led by Toronto-based VC fund Ripple Ventures with participation from WorldQuant Ventures, Hike VC, OCE, and MD from Clairvest Michael Castellarin.
BigTime Software, a provider of cloud-based software for professional services firms, has closed a $14 million investment led by Boston-based private equity firm Wavecrest Growth Partners, with participation from MassMutual Ventures and Migration Capital.
Abacus Insights, a healthcare data integration company, has raised $12.7 million Series A financing round led by CRV with participation from existing investors, .406 Ventures and Echo Health Ventures.
Legwork, a patient engagement and marketing automation software for dental practices, has secured $17 million in funding from Level Equity, a growth equity firm based in New York and San Francisco.
Altoida, a provider of medical device and brain health data platform, has raised $6.3 million in a Series A round led by M Ventures with participation from Grey Sky Venture Partners, VI Partners AG, Alpana Ventures, and FYRFLY Venture Partners.
BlueVoyant, an analytics-driven cybersecurity firm, has raised $82.5 million in a Series B funding. The new investment included participation from new and existing investors along with Fiserv, a financial services technology provider. BlueVoyant said this brings total funding to $207.5 million to date.