Docent Health announced today that the company received investment capital from three prominent venture capital firms deeply committed to cultivating consumerism in healthcare. The $15 million Series A round, co-led by Bessemer Venture Partners, New Enterprise Associates (NEA) and Maverick Ventures, will help Docent Health transform the way health systems engage with customers. Docent Health’s offering combines advanced analytics with workflow automation to orchestrate carefully curated “experience journeys” that integrate digital and human interactions.
As reported by TechCrunch, True Fit has raised $25M in funding. The round was led by Intel Capital, along with existing investors Jump Capital and Signal Peak Ventures. True Fit is a footwear and discovery platform company. Its Genome™ is mapped from the world’s largest collection of attribute-rich fit and style data for footwear and apparel... READ MORE
Netra, Inc., a Boston, MA-based provider of a visual intelligence and search platform, closed $1.85m seed funding.
The round was led by Launchpad Venture Group and NXT Ventures with participation from Zelkova Ventures, Mark Cuban, Berwind LLC and other angels.
The company, which has raised $2.45m in total funding, intends to use the funds to accelerate team growth, product development and sales... READ MORE
RedPoint Global Inc., a leading provider of data management and customer engagement software, today announced a new round of financing led by Grotech Ventures of Vienna, Virginia, and WP Global Partners LLC of New York, New York. The $12 million in Series C funding will enable RedPoint to expand operations to meet increasing demand in international markets, cultivate a rapidly growing partner ecosystem, and accelerate development of new product offerings.
Humanyze, the global leader in people analytics technology, announced $4M in Series A financing today from Romulus Capital. The announcement comes as Humanyze rolls out the first of its kind Wyze people analytics platform to its strong Fortune 500 customer base in the US and industry leaders in Japan with the goal of making large corporations more agile and accurate about their most valuable resource (people), and to make these same people more in control of their performance and improvement.
Verisk Analytics, Inc. (Nasdaq:VRSK), a leading data analytics provider, and Veritas Capital, a leading private equity firm, today announced the signing of a definitive agreement under which an affiliate of Veritas Capital has agreed to acquire Verisk’s healthcare services business, Verisk Health, for $820 million. The transaction is subject to regulatory approvals and other customary closing conditions and is expected to close by June 30, 2016.
Seven Bridges, the biomedical data analysis company, today announced $45 million in Series A fundraising, led by Kryssen Capital, an international investment fund that focuses on data-driven ventures at the cutting edge of science. The investment will support ongoing innovation of the Seven Bridges Platform, a scalable, cloud-based suite of tools for biomedical data analysis that powers genomic research focused on cancer treatment and precision medicine.
Machine learning automation pioneer DataRobot, Inc. announced today that it has closed $33 million in Series B financing, bringing the total investment in the company to more than $57 million. New Enterprise Associates (NEA) led the round, which also included Accomplice, Intel Capital, IA Ventures, Recruit Strategic Partners, and New York Life.
Cambridge Semantics, the leading provider of Smart Data analytic and data management solutions driven by semantic web technology, announced that it has acquired the intellectual property of SPARQL City and hired former CEO and founder Barry Zane and other top executives from the firm.