We’re thrilled to announce that Zaius has closed an additional $6.5 million as part of our previous round of funding. The investment was led by Underscore VC, with participation from Matrix Partners and Leaders Fund. We’re focusing the additional funds on product development so that we can continue to lead the market by changing the way marketers think about campaign optimization.
Per John Melas-Kyriazi's blog post:
When Spark Capital first backed Freight Farms more than two years ago, we invested in a company and a concept that we thought could change the world: using technology to empower people to grow food anywhere.
Since we invested, Freight Farms has grown its network of distributed hydroponic farms by more than 10X, extending from coast to coast in the United States and to several countries abroad.
Exari, the leading provider of enterprise contract lifecycle management solutions today announced it has acquired Adsensa, a market leader in contract data discovery, capture and analytics. The combination creates for the first time a complete contract life-cycle management (CLM) platform that enables companies to manage new, legacy and third-party contracts all from one complete solution.
Tulip, the developer of the Manufacturing App Platform, announced $13 million in Series A financing today. New Enterprise Associates (NEA) led the round with participation from Pitango Venture Capital and many returning angel investors. Tulip will use the capital to grow its world-class product, design, and research teams, while expanding its customer support capabilities in response to significant customer growth.
Digital Health Corp, a diversified healthcare company focused on developing affordable therapy solutions to help patients get better in the comfort and convenience of their own homes, today announced the acquisition of Constant Therapy, a privately held developer of mobile solutions to treat patients with traumatic brain injury, stroke, aphasia, and learning disorders. Terms of the acquisition were not disclosed.
As reported by TechCrunch: Krypt.co, a new security startup founded by two former MIT students and one of their professors, is launching today with a free product called Kryptonite, designed to help developers protect their private encryption keys, using an app on their smartphones.
Flywire, a leading provider of international payment solutions, today announced that it has acquired PACE Invoice, a multi-currency invoicing platform provider based in London. With the acquisition, Flywire adds international invoicing to its cross-border payments and receivables services, enabling its business, education and healthcare clients to more easily link invoices to cross-border receivables, saving time and costs in invoice preparation and payment reconciliation.
RiskRecon, a SaaS provider of objective, vendor security assessments and insights, today announced it has completed a $12 million Series A financing round led by Dell Technologies Capital with additional participation from F-Prime Capital Partners and existing investor General Catalyst. The RiskRecon platform dramatically improves third-party risk management by delivering transparent security measurements, analytics, and analyst-level insights. The funding will bolster product development and accelerate global sales growth.
128 Technology, a leader in session-oriented routing, today announced it has raised $21.5 million in Series C funding, bringing the total capital raised to $57 million. Investors in the round include executive management and current employees of 128 Technology, individual investors, as well as G20 Ventures.
128 Technology will use the financing to grow its global presence and accelerate the expansion of the 128T Networking Platform (128T) as organizations of all sizes transform their networks with session-oriented routing.