Technology companies such as QuikOrder, SOOMLA, Aceable, Amplitude, Facilio, Matcherino, Vagaro, NinjaCat, Pindrop, Akumina, among others, have announced their funding rounds.
Pizza Hut, a subsidiary of Yum! Brands, announced that its U.S. business will acquire QuikOrder, an online ordering software and service provider for the restaurant industry. Pizza Hut will improve its personalized online ordering experience and accelerate digital innovation across its base of more than 6,000 restaurants in the U.S.
SOOMLA, a mobile monetization measurement platform, announced a Series A investment of $2.6 million led by JAL Ventures with additional funds coming from existing investors.
Aceable, a provider digital education, announced $47 million Series B led by Sageview Capital.
Amplitude, a product intelligence company, has raised $80 million in Series D funding led by Sequoia Capital. Lead Edge joined the round as a major investor, and existing investors Benchmark Capital, IVP and Battery Ventures also participated.
Facilio, a provider of IoT and AI-driven facilities optimization software, has raised $6.4 million led by Tiger Global Management and existing investor Accel.
Matcherino, an online platform for esports, has closed a $2.7 million investment round — led by Seven Peaks Ventures. New investor includes aXiomatic Gaming, while existing investors Madrona Venture Group and Vulcan Capital also participated in the financing.
Vagaro, a cloud-based business management platform for the salon, spa and fitness industry, has raised a $63 million equity round led by FTV Capital.
NinjaCat has received $1.1 million funding from Lighter Capital, a fintech lender to tech startups. The funding has enabled NinjaCat to build Unified Marketing Analytics Platform (UMAP) available to agencies, publishers, AdTech providers, and other large media companies.
Pindrop, a provider of voice security and authentication, has closed $90 million in Series D funding led by Vitruvian Partners. Other new strategic investors include Allegion Ventures, Cross Creek, Dimension Data, EDBI and Goldman Sachs. Existing investors — CapitalG, IVP, Andreessen Horowitz, GV (formerly Google Ventures) and Citi Ventures also invested in the round.
Akumina, an intranet platform powering personalized digital employee experiences, has raised $7.5 million in its Series A funding round — led by Richard Berthy and RJB Investments along with strategic investors Avanade, through Accenture Ventures, and Stage 1 Ventures.