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At VentureBeat, we come across a lot of funding news every day. In order to bring you the most information possible, we’re rounding up the quick-and-dirty details about the funding deals of the day and serving them up here in our “Funding daily” column.

Crashlytics nabs $5M

Mobile app crash reporting system Crashlytics raised $5 million in its first institutional round of funding from an undisclosed investor. The company works with apps from Yammer, Highlight, Path, and others to track app crashes and send bug reports to the app builder. Crashlytics’ total funding to date is $6 million.

SocialKaty grabs funding

Social media marketing company SocialKaty raised an undisclosed round of funding from Lightbank. SocialKaty helps companies manage Facebook and Twitter pages and offers other social media services.

Olacabs.com gets cash to dispatch cabs

An aggregator of car rentals and point-to-point cab services from India, Olacabs.com raised an undisclosed amount in its first round of funding Tuesday. The company dispatches several transportation options, including cars and taxis for people in India. New York based Tiger Global Management led the round.

Outrigger Media raises first funding round

Outrigger Media announced an undisclosed amount of first-round funding Tuesday. The company provides online video advertising services. Spring Mountain Capital led the round.

Sefaira nets $10.8 million

Sefaira just landed a $10.8 investment to harness cloud computing to crunch large amounts of building design data. Braemar Energy Ventures led the round.

SAP acquires Syclo

Customer relationship and business management software company SAP has acquired mobile business service provider Syclo, the company announced Tuesday. Details, including purchase price, were not disclosed.

JPMorgan Chase may buy stake in Conduit for $100M

Yozma Venture Capital is looking to sell its remaining shares in Israeli-based Conduit and may have found a buyer. JPMorgan Chase is apparently in talks with the firm to buy its remaining seven percent stake in Conduit for $100 million. The deal would value Conduit at $1.3 billion.

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