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Panorays said Dec. 4 that it raised $15 million in a Series A funding round led by Oak HC/FT. Previous investors Aleph VC and security industry veteran Lane Bess, former CEO of Palo Alto Networks, also participated in the round. Panorays provides automated third-party lifecycle security management.
VTEX Cloud Commerce Platform said Nov. 26 that it raised a $140 million investment round from SoftBank's Latin America fund in conjunction with Gávea Investimentos and Constellation Asset Management. VTEX is an e-commerce platform serving brands and retailers in 28 countries.
Coralogix said Nov. 26 that it raised $10 million in a Series A funding round led by Aleph. Participating in the round were StageOne Ventures, JANVEST Capital Partners, and 2B Angels. Coralogix is a log analytics platform.
Palo Alto Networks said Nov. 25 that it agreed to buy Aporeto Inc for about $150 million. Aporeto is a machine identity-based microsegmentation company. Aporeto has raised $37.8 million in VC funding, according to PitchBook.
Rad AI said Nov. 25 that it raised $4 million in a seed round led by Gradient Ventures, Google’s AI-focused venture fund. Investors UP2398, Precursor Ventures, GMO Venture Partners, Array Ventures, Hike Ventures, Fifty Years VC and various angels also participated in this round. Rad AI uses machine learning to automate repetitive tasks for radiologists.
Paytm, an Indian payments company, said Nov. 24 that it raised a new round of funding from new investors including funds and accounts advised by T. Rowe Price Associates Inc among others. Existing shareholders such as Ant Financial, Softbank Vision Fund, participated in the round as well as Discovery Capital. Paytm did not disclose the amount it raised but press reports pegged the funding at $1 billion equity at a $16 billion valuation. Paytm is in talks for another $1 billion in debt, Bloomberg said.
Neon Pagamentos said Nov. 19 that it raised R$400 million ($95.3 million) in a Series B round led by General Atlantic and Banco Votorantim. Also investing were venture capital funds Monashees, Omidyar Network, Propel, Quona and Mabi, and existing Series A investors. Neon Pagamentos, of São Paulo, is a Brazailian fintech.
Tissum said Nov. 20 that it raised 38.75 million euros ($42.78 million) in a series B round of funding. New investors include BNP Paribas Développement, the European Investment Fund (EIF), M&L Investments, ValQuest Partners, while TISSIUM’s returning investors were Bpifrance, CM-CIC Innovation, Cap Décisif Management, Omnes Capital and Sofinnova Partners. Tissium, of Paris, is life sciences company aiming to develop and commercialize a biopolymer platform to address various unmet clinical needs.
BlueVine said Nov. 19 that it raised $102.5 million in a Series F round of funding led by ION Crossover Partners. New investors included MUFG Innovation Partners Co Ltd, O.G. Tech - Eyal Ofer’s VC, Vintage Investment Partners, ION Group, Maor Investments and additional private investors. Also participating were all major existing investors, including Lightspeed Venture Partners, Menlo Ventures, 83North, SVB Capital, Nationwide, Citi Ventures, Microsoft’s venture fund, M12, and private investors. BlueVine provides small business banking.
Truework said July 30 that it raised $12 million in Series A funding led by Sequoia Capital. Participating in the round were Stanford University and existing Truework investors, including Khosla Ventures, Menlo Ventures, and Founder Collective. Truework is an identity platform that aims to give consumers control over their personal and professional information.