Polaris Partners led the Series A financing round for Santa Monica, California-based enterprise software startup Bitium which raised $6.5 million, a statement about the funding said.
Mashable completed its Series A funding round with $14 million. The round was closed with an investment from Tribune Digital Ventures, a statement about the financing revealed.
Miami, US-based anti-fraud startup Kairos AR raised $1.2 million in a Series A funding round led by Boca Raton-based investment firm New World Angels for the development of its facial recognition software.
Mountain View, US-based mobile marketing startup Kahuna bagged $11 million in a Series A funding round from Sequoia Capital to create more effective marketing messages to customers.
If You Can Company, a startup that created a game that teaches social and emotional learning to children, has raised $6.5 million for its Series A round ed by Greylock Partners, TechCrunch reported.
For its first institutional funding round, Palo Alto, California-based Workboard Inc secured $2.75 million. The round was led by Granite Ventures and Opus Capital and joined in by Crosslink and Shea Ventures, VentureBeat reported.
After the seed funding round led by Vinod Khosla of Khosla Ventures, wearable technologies startup Quanttus received a $19 million Series A round from Khosla Ventures and Matrix Partners.
Southern Cross Venture Partners was the lead investor for the Series A funding round for Waltham, Massachusetts-based mobile content startup bigtincan which raised $5 million.
Berlin, Germany-based solar energy startup Changers closed $1.5 million in a Series A funding round led by state-backed fund BFB Frühphasenfonds Brandenburg to turn solar power creation into a rewarding game.
Hubub, a startup based in Toronto and New York, obtained $8.5 million in its Series A round participated in by a number of private investors for their platform that enables users to participate in thematic discussions, TechCrunch reported.
Cybersecurity startup ThreatStream has secured $4 million in a Series A funding round led by Google Ventures and participated in by Paladin Capital Group, Cloudera's Tom Reilley and Hugh Nijemanze of ArcSight, TechCrunch reported.
San Francisco, US-based startup software developer Strevus bagged $6.5 million in its first institutional funding led by Blumberg Capital and US Venture Partners for compliance solutions for financial services firms.
Santa Clara, US-based stealthy business security firm Apprity scored $8 million in its first venture round from security tech investors Promod Haque and Gaurav Garg to expand its engineering and research and development teams.
Cloud-based payroll application provider ZenPayroll obtained $20 million from General Catalyst Partners and Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers for its Series A round, TechCrunch reported.
The venture capital arm of Tokyo-based Internet firm Rakuten, Rakuten Ventures, led the Series A round for Singapore-based ViSenze which raised $3.5 million, TechCrunch reported.