Deals - Q2 2014 Review - Scaling to the Next Level [slideshow]

 
 

Deals - Q2 2014 Review - Scaling to the Next Level

  



Time for our Q2 2014
Deals review.  Yesterday, we reviewed The Big Ones 
- companies that had an exit or are on the verge of having one.  


Today, we are going to take a look at many of the middle-stage companies that have raised significant rounds of funding to scale to the next level. 

True Fit Raises $10.6M







True Fit
focuses on fit personalization; a big data company managing the world's largest collection of footwear, apparel, consumer fit data.  

They raised $10.6M.
 

OwnerIQ Raises $11M in Funding





OwnerIQ raised $11 million in funding to further drive growth of the category.

OwnerIQ drives first-party audience monetization for more retailers than any other company, helping retailers turn their online customers into a valuable asset.
 

Kyruus Raises $11.3 Million





Kyruus raised $11.3M in funding.  Kyruus is a provider solutions company that helps hospitals and health systems optimize their Patient Access, Referral Management, and Care Coordination operations.

Learn more about Kyruus & check out their job openings on their BIZZpage.
 

Pixability Completes $8.1M Series B





Pixability, a YouTube marketing software provider, closed an additional $4M in funding led by Point Judith Capital, completing a total Series B investment round of $8.1 million.

Learn more about Pixability & their job openings on their BIZZpage.
 

NetProspex Raises $13M

NetProspex, provider of cloud-based B2B marketing data management services, raised $13M in Series C funding led by Spring Lake Equity Partners.

The funding round brings the company’s total capital investment to date to $27 million and includes follow-on investment from Edison Ventures and other early investors.

Learn more about NetProspex and their job openings on their BIZZpage.
 

Evergage Secures $4M in Funding



Evergage, a provider of the market-leading real-time behavior-based web personalization platform, closed a $4 million Series A.

The investment was led by G20 Ventures and the company’s existing major investors – including Point Judith Capital & Advanced Technology Ventures.  Jit Saxena, Stephan Schambach, Andy Ory, and Jim Baum – also participated in the round.
 

CounterTack Extends Series B to $20M

CounterTack, a pioneer in delivering real-time endpoint threat detection, context and visibility around targeted attacks, added an additional $5M to extend its Series B financing round for a total raise of $20M.

Razor’s Edge Ventures now joins an investment syndicate that includes Goldman Sachs, the Venture Capital unit of Siemens (SFS VC), Fairhaven Capital and OnPoint Technologies.

Learn more about CounterTack & their job openings on their BIZZpage.


 

Consumer United Raises $14M





Consumer United, an online independent insurance agency, raised $14M in funding in funding.

The round of funding was led by Spark Capital & Thayer Street Partners.
 

Perfecto Mobile Raises $20M




Perfecto Mobile, provider of the MobileCloud™ Platform and integrated mobile application quality suite, raised a $20M growth equity investment.

Investors included FTV Capital, Carmel, Vertex and Globespan Capital Partners.
 

Zerto Raises $26M Series D




Zerto, setting the standard for protection, recovery and migration of data in cloud and virtualized datacenters, raised $26M in Series D financing.

New investor Harmony Partners led the financing, with participation by all current investors: Battery Ventures, Greylock IL, RTP Ventures and U.S. Venture Partners.