Kustomer, ChargeAfter, Sitetracker, SmartRecruiters, Upsie, TMRW, Techsomed, CIBC Innovation Banking, among others, announced their latest round of VC funding from VC investors.
Kustomer, the SaaS platform for enterprise customer service, has raised $40 million Series D funding round led by Tiger Global Management, with participation from current investor Battery Ventures. Kustomer has raised total funding of $113.5 million to date, following its recent $35 million Series C raise in January.
ChargeAfter, a network that enables retailers to match their consumers with credit and financing offers, raised $8 million in its Series A funding round – led by Propel Venture Partners with the participation of PICO Venture Partners, the Plug and Play accelerator and Synchrony.
Sitetracker announced an investment from Energize Ventures, extending the company’s Series B financing to $34 million. Sitetracker previously closed their Series B round in August 2018, led by New Enterprise Associates (NEA) with participation from Wells Fargo Strategic Capital, National Grid Partners, and Salesforce Ventures. This brings the total investment in Sitetracker to $45 million to date.
SmartRecruiters, a recruiting platform, has raised a $50 million Series D round, led by repeat investor Insight Partners and joined by long-time investors Mayfield Fund and Rembrandt Venture Partners.
Upsie, a consumer platform for purchasing product warranties, has raised $5 million — led by True Ventures.
TMRW, a provider of Robotic Process Automation (RPA) platform for in vitro fertilization (IVF), has raised over $12 million in Series A financing led by Special Situations’ Life Sciences Innovation (LSI) Fund. Other Series A participants include the family office of investor Glenn Dubin as well as several other private commitments.
Techsomed, a developer of image analysis system for predicting post-treatment ablation morphology in real time, has raised $2.6 million — led by Johnson & Johnson Innovation with participation from existing and new investors: SCREEN Holdings (Japan), AMIT-Technion (the Alfred Mann Institute), NextLeap Ventures, and Axil Capital (Japan).
CIBC Innovation Banking
CIBC Innovation Banking closed a $2 million growth capital financing with Toronto-based CareGuide, an online care services company.