Here’s a list of today’s tech funding stories, updated as the day unfolds. Tip us here if you have a deal to share.
Based on the idea that past is prologue, marketing tool vendors are mining past user data to discover more predictions about users’ intentions. For mobile app marketing/analytics platform Localytics, that forecasting opportunity is right after a user installs an app.
The Boston-based company announces today that it has raised $35 million to further develop its Predictive App Marketing technology, which is now moving from a closed to an open beta.
Legal industry software company Logikcull raises $4M
Today Logikcull, a company which builds organization and discovery-centric software for the legal industry, announced it’s secured $4 million in funding led by a firm called Storm Ventures.
Goofy name aside, the Washington, D.C.-based startup says it plans to use the new capital to build out its sales and marketing team.
Read more: Forbes
Realm, a startup that has devised an increasingly popular database for holding and delivering data on mobile devices, is announcing today that it’s taken on a $20 million round of new funding.
Israel-based mobile security company Skycure just raised $8 million to fund new research and development.
The fresh cash will be used to fuel a new marketing campaign and spur new research and development. Shasta Ventures, Pitango Venture Capital, and Michael Weider contributed to the round. Skycure has raised a total of $11 million to date.
This list will be updated with breaking funding news all day. Check back for more.