Salty attracts over $15 Million, Rivery gets $16 Million, & more
Sonar that tracks shifts in a company's Salesforce software stack, has raised $12 million
Sonar announced that it has secured $12 million in funding from a slew of high-profile investors, including David Sacks' Craft Ventures and Slack's venture capital fund.
The company intends to use the funding to add “X-ray vision” to Salesforce by assisting sales teams in visualizing how all of their data is linked and used across related platforms.
Productsup has completed a $20 million funding round
Productsup, an ecommerce data integration firm headquartered in Berlin, Germany, has secured $20 million in funding. The funds will be used for product growth, expanding marketing and distribution campaigns, and expanding its ecommerce data integration solutions to new markets around the world, especially in North America.
The round, which takes the overall financing raised to $45 million, was led by Nordwind Capital and venture debt providers Deutsche Handelsbank and KfW, with participation from Moritz Zimmermann, co-founder of Hybris and investor at 42Cap, and Richard Schwenke and Tobias Tschötsch, co-founders of Contorion.
Salty Dot has raised more than $15 million in funding
Salty Dot Inc., an Embedded Insurance technology firm headquartered in Salt Lake City, Utah, has secured $15 million in additional investment. The company plans to use the additional funds to accelerate partner development, refine the Embedded Insurance network, and further expand product.
This takes the company's total money earned to more than $31 million. The names of the sponsors were not revealed.
Rivery has raised $16 million in Series A funding to extend the SaaS DataOps site
Rivery has raised $16 million in a number of funding rounds. Entrée Capital and current participant State Of Mind Ventures led a fundraising round (SOMV). The new round of funding will be used to drive growth in the sector and research and development teams.
Itamar Ben Hemo, co-founder and CEO of Rivery said "This new round of funding is an exciting milestone for Rivery, and validation that the massive cloud data industry is looking for a centralized DataOps platform."