Technology companies such as Brandcast, Templafy, Raycatch, Taranis, Engineer.ai, Grab, among others, have announced their funding rounds.
Brandcast, the leading Website Cloud for Enterprise, announced $18 million in Series A-1 funding — co-led by TPG Growth-backed Affinity Group, Marc Benioff, and Shasta Ventures.
Templafy, a template management and document supplier, has raised $15 million in its Series B round — from existing investors, including Insight Venture Partners and Dawn Capital as well as existing Series A investors SEED Capital, Preben Damgaard, the company’s founders and management and other private investors. The total amount raised by the company since it was founded in 2014 reached $40.2 million.
Raycatch, a provider of AI technology that enhances solar plant energy yield, secured a series B round of financing led by DSM Venturing and BayWa r.e. Energy Ventures.
Taranis, a precision agriculture intelligence platform, closed a $20 million Series B round of financing led by Viola Ventures, with participation from existing investors Finistere Ventures, Vertex Ventures, OurCrowd, Eyal Gura and Gal Yarden and strategic investors – Nutrien, Cavallo Ventures and Sumitomo Europe. The company has raised $30 million to date.
Engineer.ai, an AI technology company, has raised Series A investments at $29.5 million, led by Lakestar and Jungle Ventures with participation from Softbank’s DeepCore.
Hyundai Motor has made an investment of $250 million in Singapore’s Grab, its second in the ride-hailing firm.
FLEx Lighting closed $9 million Series B financing round led by venture capital fund Energy Foundry with participation from SABIC Ventures, Bascom Ventures, and others.
TRG Screen, a provider of enterprise subscription management solutions, has entered into an agreement to receive an investment from affiliates of Pamlico Capital. Financial details were not disclosed.
Dutch proptech platform Lone Rooftop received $2.5 million funding from venture capitalist Nimbus Ventures.
RF Code, a provider of real-time physical asset management and environmental monitoring solutions for data centers, has received a new round of funding from current investors totaling $6.6 million.