Technology companies such as MedPilot, LoanStreet, Roam Robotics, Blue J Legal, Asana, Fashwire, among others, have announced their latest funding rounds.
MedPilot, a patient financial engagement platform, today announced a new round of funding led by Hudson River Capital Partners, Valley Growth Ventures, Cedars-Sinai, Techstars, and investor Tom Hirschfeld.
LoanStreet, an online platform that streamlines sharing, managing, and originating loans, has closed a $6.5 million round of Series A funding — led by Valar Ventures, with participation from Third Prime Capital, Rosecliff Ventures, Ride Ventures, The Gramercy Fund, and Leland Hart, Sally Rocker, Rob Kiessling, Richard Levin, and other investors. This round brings the total institutional investment in LoanStreet to $9 million.
Roam Robotics, a company building robotic exoskeletons, has completed a $12 million Series A round of funding – led by Yamaha Motor with participation from existing and new investors Boost VC, Heuristics Capital Partners, Menlo Ventures, R7 Partners, Spero Ventures, Valor Equity Partners, and Venture Investment Associates.
Blue J Legal
Blue J Legal has raised $7 million in a Series A financing round led by Relay Ventures, with participation from Silicon Valley-based LDV Partners, and returning investors Mistral Venture Partners and BDC Capital.
Asana, a work management platform for teams, completed its $50 million Series E equity round — led by Generation Investment Management with participation from existing investors 8VC, Benchmark Capital and Founders Fund, and new investors Lead Edge Capital and World Innovation Lab. The most recent funding brings Asana’s total funds raised in 2018 to $125 million.
Aras, the leader in open product lifecycle management (PLM) software, announced a $70 million minority investment led by Goldman Sachs Private Capital Investing group with participation from Silver Lake Kraftwerk.
Venafi, a provider of machine identity protection, closed a $100 million round of financing, led by TCV with additional participation from existing investors, QuestMark Partners and NextEquity Partners.
Fashwire, a mobile fashion designer discovery platform, raised $1.2 million in Series A Round backed by a number of high-profile angel investors from Seattle, Los Angeles, and New York.