From the Filings…Sep 14, 2007

What follows is a set of VC funding items culled from recent Regulation D filings with the SEC, with some peHUB research sprinkled in. None of these deals has been otherwise announced (save for the last one):

* Click Tactics Inc., a Waltham, Mass.-based provider of online services for direct marketing programs, has raised $36.71 million in new VC funding. Return backers JMI Equity, ABS Ventures and IDG Ventures Boston. The capital is being used for three purposes: (1) Buy out existing shareholder TH Lee Putnam Ventures; (2) Fund the acquisition of Scottsdale, Ariz.-based Intrasight; (3) Provide working capital. The company previously had raised over $50 million in VC funding since late 2000.

* Primet Precision Materials Inc., an Ithaca, N.Y.-based maker of nanopowders and material systems, has called down $1 million of an $8 million Series B round. Backers include Draper Fisher Jurvetson and Cayuga Venture Fund.

* LocaModa Inc., a Somerville, Mass.-based developer of location-based text-messaging services, has raised $6.18 million in Series A funding. Shareholders include Dace Ventures, Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd. and Reliance Ports & Terminals Ltd. Among LocaModa’s products is something called Wiffiti (wireless graffiti), in which coffee shop patrons can send text messages to large screens. The company is run by Stephen Randall, who previously co-founded smartphone software company Symbion.

* FraudWall Technologies Inc., a Palo Alto, Calif.-based anti-clickfraud startup, has called down $3.25 million of a $4.5 million Series B round led by JK&B Capital. The company was founded and seeded by Jim Pitkow and Ron Conway, with Sherpalo Ventures and Baseline Ventures coming aboard for the Series A.

* What They Like Inc., a San Francisco-based operator of an online review and advertising website for the gaming industry, has raised $1.5 million of a $3 million Series A round. The company’s CEO is Ira Becker, former VP of business development with Ziff Davis and general manager of the network.

* BigFix Inc., an Emeryville, Calif.-based provider of targeted software bug fixes broadcast over the Internet, has raised $10 million in a private debt round. The company previously had raised around $26.5 million in VC funding from firms like Levensohn Venture Partners, Selby Venture Partners, Split Rock Partners and Thomas Weisel Venture Partners.

* Summit Energy Services Inc., a Louisville, Ky.-based provider of energy management services, has raised $82.5 million via a common stock round led by Weston Predisio. The deal was recently announced, but without a dollar amount. As part of the deal, Weston Presidio partners Chip Baird and Mark Bono have joined the Summit board of directors. Harris Williams & Co. advised Summit on the deal.