Boston Tech Deals Roundup - Acquisitions and Funding News (May 21 - May 31)
Here’s your look at the acquisition and funding news in Boston tech from May 21st to May 31st!
Reliam, Stratalux, and G2 Tech Group merged
G2 Tech Group is a consulting and management group working with startups and companies who use Amazon Web Services.
Also, G2 Tech Group is hiring! Check out its BIZZpage
FrontStream acquired by Marlin
FrontStream created Panorama, an all-in-one fundraising platform.
Tidelift raises Series A totaling $15 million
Tidelift provides open source software for development teams and allows open source creators to get paid.
Investors/Firms: General Catalyst, Foundry Group, Matthew Szulik (former Red Hat CEO)
Iora Health raises $100 Million in a Series E round
Iora Health is a healthtech company providing Medicare to 65+-year-old patients.
Investors/Firms:.406 Ventures, Devonshire Investors, F-Prime Capital, Flare Capital Partners, GE Ventures, Humana, Khosla Ventures, Polaris Partners and Temasek
Superpedestrian announces Series B1 Funding totaling $16.5 million
Superpedestrian wants to use the funds to market new technologies for electric-bike sharing.
Investors/Firms:General Catalyst, Spark Capital, Charles Kim (angel investor)
Also, Superpedestrian is hiring! Check out its BIZZpage
Gravyty raises $2 million in Seed Funding
Gravyty is using the money to further develop their AI technology.
Investors/Firms: NXT Ventures, Launchpad Venture Group
Also, Gravyty is hiring! Check out its BIZZpage
CyberSaint Security announces growth round financing totaling $3 million
CyberSaint Security provides a platform solution for cyber-resilience, compliance and risk management.
Investors/Firms: Audeo Captial, BlueIO
Hometap raises $12 million in a Series A round
Hometap is a new startup founded by Jeff Glass with a focus on home equity.
Investors/Firms: G20 Ventures
iSubscribed raises $12.1 million in venture capital
iSubscribed is a new SaaS startup that just exited stealth mode.
Investors/Firms: Hari Ravichandran, Ryan Toohil, Hamed Saeed, and Blake Cunnen (all former Endurance International Group executives)