Today’s funding announcements include tools to help businesses oversee social media and spending:

Sprout Social brings in $10M to consolidate a business’ social presence: The Chicago-based startup has raised a second round of funding led by New Enterprise Associates to help small and local businesses manage customer relationships on sites like Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn through a single online dashboard. Founded in 2009, the company last raised funding from Lightbank, the investment firm led by Groupon co-founders Eric Lefkofsky and Brad Keywell.

Coupa Software gets $12M to help companies manage spending: The developer of cloud spend management software has raised a fourth round of funding led by Mohr Davidow Ventures, according to a filing with the SEC. Based in San Mateo, Calif., the company helps more than 150 customers, including and Amazon, keep track of purchases and potentially cut costs through its web-based tool.

WhiteGlove raises $12.5M to bring doctors to you: The Austin-based company has raised a new round of funding led by Enhanced Equity Fund for its medical care service, peHUB reports. Founded by a software entrepreneur, the company, which brings doctors directly to patients at home or work, started in Texas and plans to use the funding to focus on national expansion.

Stanford spinout C3Nano raises $3.2M: The Hayward-based startup has raised a first round of funding from GSR Ventures to develop transparent electrode material to be used in touch screens, smart windows and flexible displays. The company, which began at Stanford University’s chemical engineering department, was founded in January 2010 and plans to use the latest funding to further develop its technology and establish partnerships.