Today’s funding announcements include services that oversee mobile employees and energy use:
TOA Technologies gets $17.2M for mobile employee management: The developer of mobile workforce management software for large businesses has raised a fourth round of funding led by Sutter Hill Ventures with participation from Intel Capital, Draper Triangle Ventures and others. Based in Beachwood, Ohio, the company helps clients deliver a positive customer experience by helping mobile employees with tasks like scheduling, customer appointment management and prediction of how long tasks will take to perform.
Smart grid startup GridGlo gets $1.2M: The Delray Beach, Florida-based company, which publicly launched today, has raised seed funding from research firm CUBRC. The company has developed software that helps utilities identify and predict energy consumption. One of its first applications, called the Energy People Meter, gives consumers scores based on their energy consumption, efficiency, engagement and predictability.
Alta Analog brings in $1.7M for LCD panel semiconductors: The designer and manufacturer of analog semiconductor devices for LCD panels has raised $1.7M of an expected $4.3M in equity funding, according to a filing with the SEC. The San Jose-based company, which develops products for televisions, notebook displays and monitors, helps LCD panel manufacturers deliver high color performance at a lower cost.