VC funding: Rappi, Red Canary, Golden, Cushion, Technisys

Rappi, Red Canary, Golden, Cushion, Technisys, Honorlock, Examity, ManyChat, Divvy, Zum, among others, announced their latest VC funding rounds.
VC funding investments

Red Canary

Red Canary, a provider of security operations solutions, has raised $34 million in a funding round led by Summit Partners with the participation of existing investors Access Venture Partners and Noro-Moseley Partners.


Golden, a self-constructing knowledge database built by artificial and human intelligence, has raised a $5M seed funding round by Andreessen Horowitz (a16z), led by Marc Andreessen, Gigafund, Founders Fund, SV Angel, Liquid2/Joe Montana, and top angel investors.


Cushion has raised $2.8 million in a Seed Round from existing investor, pre-seed fund Afore Capital, and new investors 9Yards Capital, Flourish, Green Cow Venture Capital, and Vestigo Ventures.


Technisys, a provider of digital banking software platform, has raised 50 million in its latest Series C financing round led by Riverwood Capital.


Honorlock, a cloud-based proctoring solution, has raised $2.5 million in Series Seed Preferred funding led by board members Daniel Cane, CEO, Modernizing Medicine, and Michael Hemlepp. Honorlock’s total funding reached $4.2 million to date.


Examity has raised $90 million from Great Hill Partners, a Boston-based private equity firm. The funding will accelerate the company’s expansion, as well as support research and development into the application of machine learning and biometrics to create a more secure online testing experience.


Rappi, an on-demand delivery start-up in Latin America, announced an investment of up to $1 billion from SoftBank Group and SoftBank Vision Fund.


ManyChat, the Messenger Marketing platform, has raised $18 million in Series A funding led by Bessemer Venture Partners. Flint Capital also participated in the round.


Divvy, a payment and expense management platform, has raised $200 million led by NEA, with participation from existing investors Pelion Venture Partners and Insight Venture Partners. The company’s total equity financing reached $245.5 million.


Zum, a logistics platform for rides for school districts and busy families, secured additional funding from new investor Citi Ventures to double its national footprint by 2020. Zum’s Series C round reached $40 million led by BMW i Ventures and supported by other new investors NGP Capital, Volvo Cars Tech Fund, Clearvision, Draper Nexus and existing investors Sequoia Capital and Spark Capital.

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