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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.