Meeting Automation Platform Chili Piper raised $33 million

Recent SaaS funding this week (April 12 -April 18, 2021):Chili piper, Docontrol, Degreed raise funds. Read more to know.
Meeting Automation Platform Chili Piper raised $33 million

DoControl Raises $10M from a Series A Round

DoControl, a New York-based SaaS security platform has raised $10M from a Series A round with  RTP Global and RTP Ventures being their Lead investors. They have raised a total of $13.4M in funding over 2 rounds.
DoControl has Automated data access controls to improve security and operational efficiency with ease of use.

C2i raises $100M in Series B Round

C2i, a genomics SaaS product to detect traces of cancer, raises $100M in their Series B round. Their latest funding was raised on Apr 15, 2021 and they are funded by Gordon Asset Management.
C2i Genomics solution is based on research performed at the New York Genome Center. They are offering a software that allows the monitoring  and detection of cancer on a global scale.

AnKa SumMor raises ₹3 crore in Pre Series A Round

Sales and distribution platform, AnKa SumMor raises ₹3 crore as a part of its pre-Series A round. The funding round was led by Inflection Point Ventures.
The company plans to utilize the funds to expand and scale their business operations in Hyderabad, Chennai and Bengaluru. The company plans to push its technology deployment with this fund raise.

Degreed raises $153 million in Series D Round

Upskilling platform Degreed raises $153M  in their latest Series D Funding. Sapphire Ventures and Riverwood Capital we the leading investors the company is now estimated to be valued at $1.4 billion.
The company plans to focus the funding amount towards upgrading their reporting and analytics, ensuring best in class security, and enhancing integration.

Chili Piper raises $33 million in Series B Round

Chili Piper, a sales scheduling platform raises  $33 million in a Series B funding. The funding was led by Tiger Global. Base10 Partners and Gradient Ventures who were the existing investors also participated in the round bringing the company’s total financing to $54 million
The company plans to use its funds towards accelerating product development.

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