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