WSC Sports, Torii, Vymo, SignalWire, Rookout, Cloudleaf, B/2BNOW, among others, announced their latest VC funding from VC investors.
WSC Sports, a provider of AI-powered sports video content, has raised $23 million in Series C funding — led by Eyal Ofer’s O.G. Tech Ventures, along with NTT Docomo Ventures, HBSE Ventures, Maor Investments, ISF and Go4it Capital. WSC Sports raised $39 million to date.
B/2BNOW, a provider of electronic data interchange (EDI) solutions for the SAP S/4HANA Cloud enterprise resource planning (ERP) system, has closed first round funding.
Torii, a real estate technology company, announced a $1.4 million seed round of funding.
Vymo has raised $18 million in Series B funding from Emergence Capital with participation of existing investor Sequoia India.
SignalWire, developers of open-source enterprise communication platform, has raised $11.5 million series A funding round led by Storm Ventures with the participation of investors such as Samsung NEXT and Sequoia Capital. Erik Yang (CEO, Zoom), Dean Drako (Founder, Barracuda Networks), Yahoo’s Jerry Yang (AME Cloud Ventures) and Ron
Neuenberger (AngelFire) are also the investors.
Rookout, a data extraction and pipelining platform, has raised $8 million in funding — led by Cisco Investments with the participation of existing investors TLV Partners and Emerge. Nat Friedman, CEO of GitHub, John Kodumal, CTO and cofounder of LaunchDarkly, and Raymond Colletti, VP of Revenue at Codecov, added their support.
BlueDot, a digital health company that uses big data analytics, has closed $7 million Series A financing round co-led by The Co-operators and BDC Capital’s Women in Technology Venture Fund. The investment brings BlueDot’s total funding to $9.5 million.
Cloudleaf, a digital supply chain solutions provider, has raised $26 million in Series B funding led by Intel Capital and WRVI Capital. Existing and incoming investors BluePointe Ventures, Bold Capital Partners, Mahindra Partners and Tandem Capital have also made investment. Cloudleaf’s total funding reached $39 million to date.