Nomis Solutions, a San Bruno, Calif. company that provides software banks to guide them on how to charge customers for loans, has raised $8 million in a third round of financing.

The company’s software analyzes customer data, and helps banks maximize profits.

The round was led by existing investor Bain Capital Ventures, and previous investors August Capital and Red Rock Ventures also participated. The funding was reported today by VentureWire (sub required). SVB Capital was also a small investor, the report said. The company has raised $20 million in venture funding since 2004.

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