From the Filings: BSG, Demand Media & More

What follows are a bunch of VC deals culled from recent Regulation D filings with the SEC. None of them has been otherwise disclosed:

BSG Alliance Corp., an Austin, Texas-based provider of on-demand enterprise software, has raised nearly $43 million in Series B funding led by Oak Investment Partners. The company had previously raised $20 million from Foundation Capital, Hummer Winblad Venture Partners and Powershift Ventures. BSG also has made five acquisitions, the most recent of which was Iconixx Corp.

Demand Media, a Santa Monica, Calif.-based domain name aggregator and registrar, has raised $35 million in additional Series D funding. The company had held a $100 million first close last year. Shareholders include Goldman Sachs, 3i Group, Generation Partners, Oak Investment Partners and Spectrum Equity Investors. The company has now raised $355 million in total VC funding since its March 2006 founding.

Fidelis Security Systems, a Bethesda, Md.-based provider of enterprise network security, has called down $17 million of a $22 million Series B round. Tudor Ventures led the round, and was joined by return backers like Ascent Venture Partners, Inflection Point Ventures and the Maryland Department of Business and Economic Development.

Pacira Pharmaceuticals Inc., a San Diego–based maker of controlled-release injectable products, has called down $15 million of a $30 million Series A round. Backers include MPM Capital, HBM BioVentures, OrbiMed Advisors and Sanderling Ventures.

RealPage Inc., a provider of Web-based property management systems for the multi-family housing market, has raised $13.6 million in what it terms a “Series A” funding. The Carrolton, Texas-based company had previously raised over $27 million since 2003. Listed shareholders include Camden Partners and Advance Capital Partners. Prior backers also have included Apax Partners and Leeds Equity Partners, with each firm still maintaining a board seat.

Scynexis, a Durham, N.C.-based provider of outsourced pharmaceutical R&D, has raised $13.5 million in Series C-2 funding. Return backers include Alta Partners, Burrill & Co., SGAM and Ventech.

Kleer Corp. (f.k.a. ENQ Semiconductor), a Cupertino, Calif.-based fabless maker of wireless audio ICs, has called down $7 million of a $13 million Series B round. Return backers include TL Ventures and US Venture Partners. The company had previously raised around $30 million.

Tapioca Mobile, a San Diego-based enabler of video and rich media delivery via mobile phones, has raised $5 million in Series A funding led by return backer Venrock.

WePlay Inc., a New York-based online community for youth sports, has raised $1.87 million in Series A-1 funding. Backers include Pequot Private Equity, Creative Artists Agency and Major League Baseball.

4DK Technologies Inc., a Herndon, Va.-based wireless connectivity startup, has called down $1 million of a $3 million Series A round. No investor information was listed.
Action Engine Corp., a Bellevue, Wash.-based developer of a software platform for use with Web-enabled mobile devices, has raised around $6.22 million in bridge financing. The company had previously raised $65 million in VC funding, including a $20 million Series E round last year from Baker Capital, Northwest Venture Associates and Spangler Group.

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