VC funding: Proxyclick, Vicarius, Sysdig, Moov, Front

Proxyclick, Vicarius, Sysdig, Moov, Front, Thundra, Vapor IO, Promethium, Anchore, Catalant Technologies, LumApps, Socially Determined, Adjacent Academies, among others, have raised funds.
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Proxyclick, a provider of enterprise visitor management software, closed $15 million in a Series B funding round led by Five Elms Capital with participation from Series A investor JOIN Capital.


Vicarius, the predictive cyber-threat provider, announced seed funding of $5 million — led by Jerusalem Venture Partners (JVP) with the participation of innogy Innovation Hub and Goldbell.


Sysdig, the secure DevOps leader, raised $70 million in Series E funding led by Insight Partners with participation from previous investors, Bain Capital Ventures and Accel. Glynn Capital also joined this round, along with Goldman Sachs. Sysdig’s raised $206 million to date.


Moov, a data-fueled marketplace for used manufacturing equipment, has raised $2.4 million in seed funding round led by NFX with the participation of additional investors such as Tencent co-founder Jason Zeng’s Decent Capital, David Adelman’s Darco Capital, Great Oaks Venture Capital, and other angel investors.


Front, the software company redefining the email inbox for work, has raised $59 million in Series C financing. The Series C was led by technology executives, including Atlassian co-CEO and co-founder Mike Cannon-Brookes; Atlassian President Jay Simons; Okta executive vice chairman, COO and co-founder Frederic Kerrest; Qualtrics co-founder and CEO Ryan Smith and Qualtrics co-founder and CTO Jared Smith; and Zoom CEO Eric Yuan. Sequoia Capital, Initialized Capital, Anthos Capital and other existing investors are also participating in the round.


Thundra, the company helping application teams run fast safely, today announced $4 million in Series A funding led by global investment firm Battery Ventures, with participation from venture fund York IE as well as Berkay Mollamustafaoglu, the founder of Opsgenie and ScaleX Ventures.

Loom Systems

ServiceNow has agreed to acquire Loom Systems, an Israel-based AIOps company. The transaction will extend ServiceNow’s AIOps capabilities, giving customers insights into their digital operations so they can prevent and fix IT issues.

Vapor IO

Vapor IO, a supplier of Kinetic Edge platform and Kinetic Edge Exchange (KEX), the first nationwide platform for edge colocation and networking services, announced an additional investment by private equity firm Berkshire Partners and Crown Castle, bringing its aggregate Series C funding to $90 million.


Augmented data management provider Promethium has raised $6 million in funding — led by .406 Ventures with participation from existing investor Zetta Venture Partners.


Anchore, a supplier of container workflow, analysis and security solutions, has raised $20 million in Series A funding led by SignalFire. Anchore was co-founded in 2016 by Said Ziouani, CEO, and Daniel Nurmi, CTO.

Catalant Technologies

Catalant Technologies has raised $35 million of additional funding from its Series E equity round – led by Goldfinch Partners with with new investments from Anheuser-Busch InBev’s ZX Ventures, Salesforce Ventures, and SJF Ventures. New investors were joined by follow-on investments from General Catalyst, Highland Capital, GE Ventures, Bob Doris of Accanto Partners, former Bain Capital Managing Director Mark Nunnelly, and Mark Cuban. Catalant raised equity and debt funding of more than $100 million to date.


LumApps, a Software-as-a-Service provider of enterprise communication solutions, has raised $70 million in Series C funding round. New investor Goldman Sachs Growth led the round with participation from Bpifrance, through its Growth Fund Large Venture, alongside Idinvest Partners, Iris Capital, and Famille C (Courtin-Clarins’ family office). LumApps raised around $100 million to date.

Socially Determined

Socially Determined, Washington, DC-based healthcare technology startup, has raised $11.1 million in its Series A investment round. Healthworx, the corporate investment and innovation arm of CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield, and Lafayette General Health, joined Ziegler Link-Age Funds, ProMedica, 3M, OSF HealthCare, LRVHealth and existing investors to support the company’s growth.

Adjacent Academies

Adjacent Academies, which enables liberal arts students to earn college credit while building in-demand tech skills, has raised $2.1 million in seed round led by Rethink Education with additional participation by New Ground Ventures, Bisk Ventures and Entangled Group.

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