Russian tech investor Yuri Milner, together with Morgan Stanley chief John Mack, invested an undisclosed amount in Los Angeles, US-based cloud graphics firm Otoy to commercialize its suite cloud-based content creation tools.
PayNearMe, a company based in Sunnyvale, California that allows cash lovers to pay for their online transactions in cash, has raised $20 million for its fifth financing round, VentureBeat reported.
San Diego, US-based software investor JMI Equity led a $38-million Series D venture capital round for the expansion and development of Utah-based work flow management software company AtTask.
Cohera Medical Inc, developer of TissuGlu Surgical Adhesive and Sylys Surgical Sealant, received added financing worth $9.3 million to bring its Series D funding total to $26.3 million.
Bangalore, India-based online real estate portal CommonFloor secured INR64 crore in its fourth financing round from existing investors Accel Partners and Tiger Global, as confirmed by co-founder Sumit Jain.
Illinois, US-based marketing technology company Ifbyphone raised $9 million in a Series D funding round led by growth equity firm River Cities Capital Funds to beef up its workforce.
According to social marketing company Spredfast, who has accumulated over $60 million in funding to date, it has raised $32.5 million in Series D funding from several investors led by Lead Edge Capital.
New York, US-based media valuation platform Integral Ad Science has raised $30 million in a Series D funding round led by August Capital, according to a disclosed regulatory filing.
AlienVault, a provider of Unified Security Management solutions, secured $30 million to close its Series D round led by GGV Capital and first announced in September
San Mateo, California-based big data analytics firm Datameer raised $19 million in a Series D funding round led by Next World Capital that brings its total funding to $36.6 million.
Enterprise cloud file storage hybrid Egnyte received $29.5 million in Series D funding to introduce itself to other international markets and to gain recognition in international markets like its rivals Box and Dropbox.
Washington-based tech firm Opscode has raised USD32 million in a Series D funding round and changed its name to Chef after its configuration management and IT automation "cookbook" has become popular in the enterprise market.
Practice Fusion, maker of the Electronic Health Records (EHR) platform, received an additional USD15 million in Series D funding apart from the USD85 million it raised earlier for the round in September, TechCrunch said in its report.
Extreme Reality, an Israel-based startup which provides analysis of 3D motion was able to secure USD 10 million in its Series D funding round. The secured funds will be used to expand to additional markets and further develop their system.
Cloud-based recurring revenue management solutions provider Aria Systems was able to get USD 40 million from Bain Capital Ventures and other investors for its fourth funding round.
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