Zinier, 6sense, FlashParking, Very Good Security, eSSENTIAL Accessibility, Secfi, among others, announced their VC funding.
Zinier, a supplier of AI-driven field service automation solutions, has raised $90 million in Series C funding led by new investor ICONIQ Capital with new participation from Tiger Global Management, and return investors Accel, Founders Fund, Nokia-backed NGP Capital, France-based Newfund Capital and Qualcomm Ventures.
6sense, a supplier of AI-powered Account Based Orchestration Platform, announced $40 million in Series C funding from Insight Partners. Its new customers include Thomson Reuters, Clari, PTC and Phenom People. 6sense has raised over $105 million to date.
FlashParking, the leader in parking technology, has received $60 million strategic investment from the Growth Fund of L Catterton.
eSSENTIAL Accessibility, the pioneering provider of Accessibility-as-a-Service, announced a $16 million USD investment round led by Lead Edge Capital.
Very Good Security
Very Good Security (VGS), a supplier of data security and custodianship, has received strategic investment from Visa to expand access to VGS’ infrastructure-as-a-service for financial technology companies and large enterprises. Visa joins other investors, including Goldman Sachs, Andreessen Horowitz, Vertex Ventures US, and Max Levchin (co-founder of PayPal).
Secfi, the first pre-wealth management platform helping startup employees navigate financial decisions from offer to IPO, has secured $550 million investment facility from Serengeti Asset Management.
KeyMe has closed a $35 million financing round, led by Brentwood Associates. This recent funding comes after BlackRock invested $50 million in February 2019. Greg Marsh is the founder and CEO of KeyMe.