VC funding: MX, Venn, Ocrolus, NeuroBlade, iownit

MX, Venn, SoundCommerce, Ocrolus, ReviewTrackers, NeuroBlade, iownit Capital, TrueFort, Druva, Omada Health, Car IQ, Aura, Vulcan Cyber, GreatHorn, among others, announced their VC funding rounds.
VC funding investments

MX, a data platform for banks, credit unions and fintechs, announced $100 million financing round — led by Battery Ventures, with participation from new investors H.I.G. Growth Partners, Point72 Ventures, Sorenson Ventures, Pelion Venture Partners, and Cross Creek Capital; from existing investors Industry Ventures, Digital Garage, TTV Capital, and Commerce Ventures; as well as from customers National Bank of Canada and Washington Federal Bank. The Series B round brings the company’s total equity financing to $175 million.

Omada Health

Omada Health announced a $73 million round of funding led by Wellington Management Company.


Imgur, a community-powered entertainment platform, announced a $20 million investment from Coil, the San Francisco-based start-up designed to help creators monetize content and provide a premium experience to consumers.


Venn, a start-up that transforms developing neighborhoods into vibrant communities, has raised $40 million from investors including Pitango Venture Capital, Hamilton Lane, on behalf of the New York State Common Retirement Fund, and Bridges Israel.


SoundCommerce, a data platform provider, has closed a $6.5 million seed round led by Silicon Valley’s Defy Partners with participation from Voyager Capital of Seattle, Stage Venture Partners of Los Angeles, the Alliance of Angels and other notable investors.


Ocrolus, an automation platform that analyzes financial documents, announced $24 million in Series B funding led by Oak HC/FT with participation from FinTech Collective and existing investors including Bullpen Capital and QED Investors, among others.


ReviewTrackers, a Chicago-based provider of review and customer feedback solutions for businesses, announced a new growth fundraising round of $10M from PeakSpan Capital.


Israeli startup NeuroBlade has completed a $23 million early funding round, led by Marius Nacht, co-founder of Check Point Software Technologies, with the participation of new investor Intel Capital.

iownit Capital

iownit Capital and Markets, a platform to provide investment infrastructure for investors into privately held companies, has raised $4.5 million, led by a group of private investors.

Car IQ

Car IQ, a vehicle payment technology company, has closed Series A funding of $5 million led by Quest Venture Partners with participation from new investors Avanta Ventures, Citi Ventures, Alpana Ventures, Plug and Play, and AVG’s Spike Ventures.


Prudential Financial has completed a $10 million investment in Aura, a financial technology company that offers affordable loans to hard-working families. Aura has raised $100 million in equity funding to date.

Vulcan Cyber

Israeli startup Vulcan Cyber has raised $10 million in Series A funding from Silicon Valley-based Ten Eleven Ventures and original seed backer YL Ventures. Vulcan Cyber has raised a total of $14 million since exiting stealth a year ago.


GreatHorn, a provider of email security platform, has closed a $13 million funding round co-led by RRE Ventures and .406 Ventures, with participation from existing investors including Techstars Ventures, V1.VC and Uncork Capital.


dfuse, a blockchain API company, has raised $3.5 million in seed round led by Multicoin Capital and Intel Capital with the participation of Diagram Ventures, BoxOne Ventures, Panache Ventures, and White Star Capital.


TrueFort, the application behavior security analytics company, has raised $13.7 million in Series A funding led by Evolution Equity Partners, with the participation of Lytical Ventures and Emerald Development Managers.


Druva, a cloud data protection and management company, has raised $130 million investment led by Viking Global Investors with participation from new investors including certain funds advised by Neuberger Berman and Atreides Management, as well as existing investors including Riverwood Capital, Tenaya Capital, and Nexus Venture Partners.

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