$118.0M – Series E
Seattle-based 98point6 is a digital primary care service that provides personalized consultation, diagnosis, and treatment to patients. Founded by Gordon Cohen and Robbie Cape in 2015, 98point6 has now raised a total of $247.3M in total equity funding and is backed by investors that include Activant Capital, Goldman Sachs, and L Catterton.
$54.0M – Series B
San Jose-based Alkira offers a hybrid/multi-cloud network with network services, visibility, and governance. Founded by Amir Khan and Atif Khan in 2018, Alkira has now raised a total of $84.0M in total equity funding and is backed by investors that include GV, Kleiner Perkins, Koch Disruptive Technologies, and Sequoia Capital.
$55.0M – Series D
New York-based Augury is a leading AI-based Machine Health solution provider, building a world where people can always rely on the machines that matter. Founded by Gal Shaul and Saar Yoskovitz in 2011, Augury has now raised a total of $114.0M in total equity funding and is backed by investors that include Eclipse Ventures, Insight Partners, Lerer Hippeau, Munich Re Ventures, Qualcomm Ventures, and Qumra Capital.
$10.0M – Series A
St Louis-based Balto is an AI technology for real-time call guidance and coaching for contact center agents. Founded by Chris Kontes, Davidson Girard, and Marc Bernstein in 2017, Balto has now raised a total of $14.3M in total equity funding and is backed by investors that include Cultivation Capital, Jump Capital, OCA Ventures, and Sierra Ventures.
$40.0M – Series C
San Mateo-based Armory is an enterprise software company commercializing the open-source continuous delivery platform, Spinnaker. Founded by Ben Mappen and Daniel Odio in 2016, Armory has now raised a total of $82.0M in total equity funding and is backed by investors that include B Capital Group, Bain Capital Ventures, Crosslink Capital, Insight Partners, Javelin Venture Partners, Lead Edge Capital, Mango Capital, Marc Benioff, and Y Combinator.
$60.0M – Venture
Austin-based DISCO is a legaltech company that applies AI and cloud computing to legal problems to help lawyers and legal teams improve legal outcomes. Founded by Gabe Krambs, Kent Radford, and Kiwi Camara in 2012, DISCO has now raised a total of $193.6M in total equity funding and is backed by investors that include Bessemer Venture Partners, Breyer Capital, Georgian, LiveOak Venture Partners, and Stephens Group.
$53.0M – Series B
Denver-based Deepwatch is a cybersecurity company advancing SOC operations through its data-driven SecOps platform. Founded by Justin Morehouse in 2018, deepwatch has now raised a total of $76.0M in total equity funding and is backed by investors that include ABS Capital Partners and Goldman Sachs.
$52.5M – Series D
San Francisco-based Fivestars is a payment processing and marketing platform that enables cross-promotion between different Fivestars businesses. Founded by Matt Doka and Victor Ho in 2011, Fivestars has now raised a total of $145.2M in total equity funding and is backed by investors that include DCM Ventures, HarbourVest Partners, Lightspeed Venture Partners, Menlo Ventures, and Salt Partners.
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$140.0M – Series E
San Francisco-based Getaround is a peer-to-peer car sharing marketplace that enables car owners to rent out their cars. Founded by Elliot Kroo, Jessica Scorpio, and Sam Zaid in 2011, Getaround has now raised a total of $555.2M in total equity funding and is backed by investors that include Asset Plus Capital, Bpifrance, Braemar Energy Ventures, Cathay Innovation, Henry McGovern, Julia Steyn, Mary Chan, Menlo Ventures, Pennant Investors, PeopleFund, Reinvent Capital, SoftBank Vision Fund, Steve Girsky, Triangle Peak Partners, and Via ID.
$23.2M – Series B
San Francisco-based FOSSA provides a platform that helps enterprises manage and maximize open source use at scale. Founded by Kevin Wang in 2015, FOSSA has now raised a total of $33.9M in total equity funding and is backed by investors that include Bain Capital Ventures, Canvas Ventures, and Costanoa Ventures.
$10.0M – Venture
San Francisco-based GetSetup is a social learning platform that offers classes and social opportunities to help older adults. Founded by Lawrence Kosick and Neil Dsouza in 2019, GetSetUp has now raised a total of $10.0M in total equity funding and is backed by investors that include AME Cloud Ventures, Bradley Horowitz, Dan Rosensweig, David Ko, Jeff Alter, John Danner, Rethink Education, Sweat Equity Ventures, and Work Play Ventures.
$44.0M – Series B
Irvine-based Menlo Micro is a developer of an electromechanical switch technology used to offer products from battery chargers to electric vehicles. Founded by Chris Giovanniello and Chris Keimel in 2016, Menlo Micro has now raised a total of $62.7M in total equity funding and is backed by investors that include 40 North Ventures, Future Shape, Paladin Capital Group, Piva, and Vertical Venture Partners.
$2.0M – Seed
Mountain View-based Osmind builds a care platform for treatment-resistant mental health to accelerate drug development. Founded by Jimmy Qian and Lucia Huang in 2020, Osmind has now raised a total of $2.2M in total equity funding and is backed by investors that include 20|20 Fund, Alice Zhang, General Catalyst, Glikvest, Jeffrey Leiden, and What If Ventures.
$16.0M – Series A
Salt Lake City-based PassiveLogic – the world’s first fully autonomous buildings platform. Founded by Jeremy Fillingim, John Easterling, and Troy Harvey in 2016, PassiveLogic has now raised a total of $16.6M in total equity funding and is backed by investors that include A/O Proptech, Addition, Keyframe Capital Partners, NREP, and RET Ventures.
$140.0M – Series D
South San Francisco-based Plenty is a vertical farming company that brings fresh, pesticide-free produce to customers. Founded by Jack Oslan, Matt Barnard, Nate Mazonson, and Nate Storey in 2014, Plenty has now raised a total of $541.0M in total equity funding and is backed by investors that include Driscoll’s and SoftBank Vision Fund.
$9.3M – Series A
San Francisco-based Sanity is a software platform designed for delivering structured content to products and devices. Founded by Even Westvang, Magnus Kongsli Hillestad, Oyvind Rostad, and Simen Svale Skogsrud in 2015, Sanity has now raised a total of $12.8M in total equity funding and is backed by investors that include Adam Gross, Alliance Venture, Chris Bach, Edvard EngesÃ¦th, Evan Williams, Guillermo Rauch, Heavybit, Jon Dahl, Mathias Biilmann Christensen, Monochrome Capital, Stephanie Friedman, and Threshold.
$20.0M – Series B
New York-based Sonrai Security delivers a security platform focused on identity and data governance inside AWS, Azure, Google Cloud, and Kubernetes. Founded by Brendan Hannigan and Sandy Bird in 2017, Sonrai Security has now raised a total of $38.5M in total equity funding and is backed by investors that include Menlo Ventures, Polaris Partners, and TenEleven Ventures.
$33.0M – Series C
San Francisco-based Vineti is a commercial cloud-based platform that expands patient access to life-saving cells and gene therapies. Founded by Amy DuRoss, Heidi M. Hagen, Malek Faham, Razmik Abnous, and Stephen Ting in 2016, Vineti has now raised a total of $115.3M in total equity funding and is backed by investors that include Canaan Partners, Cardinal Health, Casdin Capital, Lifeforce Capital, Marc Benioff, McKesson Ventures, Novartis Pharma, Section 32, and Threshold.
$18.0M – Series A
Oakland-based Vivun offers an AI-powered software for Presales, designed to transform how B2B technology companies go to market. Founded by Claire Bruce, Dominique Darrow, John Bruce, Joseph Miller, and Matthew Darrow in 2018, Vivun has now raised a total of $21.0M in total equity funding and is backed by investors that include Accel and Unusual Ventures.
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