Possible Finance, Crayon, NXM Labs, Netography, Automation Anywhere, KenSci, Centage, Everdays, Hydrow by CREW, Health Catalyst, Zoovu, Gong.io, among others, announced their latest VC funding rounds.Possible Finance
Possible Finance has completed $4.3 million funding equity and debt financing. Existing investors Unlock Venture Partners and Columbia Pacific Advisors led the investment. The total funding reached $6 million since November 2017. Backers of the company also include FJ Labs, Seattle Bank, Hustle Fund, Union Bay Partners, and various angel investors.
Crayon, the market and intelligence company that enables businesses to track, analyze, and act based on market movements, has raised $6 million in venture capital funding led by Bedrock Capital.
NXM Labs, an autonomous security and data integrity company, announced the close of its pre-Series A US funding to commercialize its NXM SecureSuite software platform that enables connected devices and systems to manage their own security.
Netography, a network security platform, received $2.6 million in seed funding from Andreessen Horowitz.
Automation Anywhere, a Robotic Process Automation (RPA) company, has received investment from Workday Ventures.
KenSci, a Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence powered, risk prediction platform for healthcare, has closed $22 million in Series B funding — led by Polaris Partners with participation from all existing investors including Ignition Partners, Osage University Partners, and Mindset Ventures. UL Ventures joined the round as a strategic investor.
Centage, a provider of cloud-based budgeting, forecasting, analytics and reporting solutions, has raised a Series C funding round of $8.5 million — led by TVC Capital with participation from institutional investors and investors from prior funding rounds.
Everdays, the social platform that builds communities around milestone life events, closed its Series A funding round, bringing its valuation to nearly $100 million in just 20 months since launch.
Hydrow by CREW
Hydrow by CREW, the first live outdoor reality (LORTM) rower, has received a significant growth equity investment led by L Catterton, the largest and most global consumer-focused private equity firm.
Health Catalyst, a data and analytics company, announced the closing of a Series F equity and debt funding round led by OrbiMed. Several existing investors including Sequoia Capital, Norwest Venture Partners, Sands Capital Ventures, UPMC Enterprises and Kaiser Permanente Ventures also contributed to the financing, which lifts Health Catalyst’s value above $1 billion.
Zoovu, an artificial intelligence (AI) digital sales assistant platform, has closed its Series B funding led by Target Global and Beringea. With this round, Zoovu has received a total of $25 million in funding to date.
Gong.io, a Conversation Intelligence platform that leverages artificial intelligence, has raised $40 million in Series B funding — led by Battery Ventures and Battery General Partner Dharmesh Thakker with the participation of existing investors such as Norwest Venture Partners, Shlomo Kramer, Wing Venture Capital, NextWorld Capital, and Cisco Investments. The company’s total funding reached $68 million.