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.
Anaplan closes $90 million round to fit global demand
Collaboration tool for enterprises Anaplan closed a $90 million investment led by Premji Invest, the company announced today. James Budge joined Anaplan as its CFO.
Anaplan said that the money will be used to fulfill the product’s “global demand.”
Baillie Gifford, Founders Circle Capital, and Harmony Partners also joined the round, along with previous investors Brookside Capital and Coatue Management, among others.
Looker, a startup selling data analytics software, is announcing today a $48 million funding round led by Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers.
The startup has raised $96 million since launching in 2013, including the $30 million round from last year. Alongside Kleiner, Meritech Capital Partners, Redpoint Ventures, and Sapphire Ventures also participated in Looker’s new funding round. Kleiner has previously backed data analytics startup Ayasdi.
PlaceIQ closes a $25 million round
To date, PlaceIQ has raised a total of $52 million in funding.
Analytics startup Euclid snags a $20M funding deal
Euclid Analytics, a location analytics service, announced today that it closed a $20 million investment round led by Cox Enterprises.
New investors Groupe Arnault and Gold Sky Capital also participated in the series C round. Euclid Analytics has raised $43.6 million since 2010.
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Cloud storage service MiMedia raises $15 million investment
Brooklyn, New York-based startup MiMedia announced today that it took in a $15 million investment for its personal media cloud service. Australia’s Thorney Investment Group led the round, while Whitebarn Associates, R&R Venture Partners, and India’s Micromax Informatics followed.
MiMedia has raised at least $35 million to date. CEO Christopher Giordano said that the round’s funds will be used to further build MiMedia’s technology and “expand its reach and capabilities.”
Everlaw, a startup with a cloud service that law firms can use to store documents and make them easily searchable and accessible, is today announcing an $8.1 million funding round led by Andreessen Horowitz.
This list will be updated with breaking funding news all day. Check back for more.