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Here’s VentureBeat’s round up of all the notable funding news of the day:
Enterprise-level identity management software startup Centrify has raised a new $42 million round of funding, the company announced today.
Read more on VentureBeat: Cloud-based I.D. service Centrify raises $42M from Samsung & others
Data analytics startup Sumo Logic has pulled in another $30 million in funding, bringing its total to $80.5 million, the company announced this morning. It previously raised $30 million in a late 2012 funding round.
Read more on VentureBeat: With another $30M, Sumo Logic will keep tabs on your data
Predictive analytics startup Context Relevant has been making inroads lately. The Seattle-based startup has added offices in New York and San Francisco and tripled its headcount in the past year, and financial services companies have been adopting its software. And the growth won’t stop. Today Context Relevant is announcing $21 million in new funding.
Read more on VentureBeat: Context Relevant points the way to the leads you should prioritize, and it gets $21M
Marketing software company Captora is announcing its second round of funding today — a new $22 million. The main goal of Captora’s software is to bring in tons of leads, and to do that, it helps marketers optimize their company’s online content in various ways, though this is nothing new and companies including HubSpot, Moz, and Marketo have been offering various kinds marketing software.
Read more on VentureBeat: This marketing tool can auto-generate 600+ customized landing pages for your brand
Recruiting tool company Jibe announced today that it has brought in $20 million in a third round of funding. Jibe’s main pitch is that it offers its tools in the cloud and on mobile devices.
Read more on VentureBeat: Jibe puts your recruiting efforts in the cloud and on your phone, picks up a new $20M
Amazon has invested $20 million of funding in Shanghai-based online food vendor Yummy77. It is the first time that the U.S. e-commerce giant has invested in a Chinese company, ten years after it first entered the Chinese market. Amazon disclosed that it will hold a minority stake in Yummy77, which will continue its independent operation after the funding.
Read more on VentureBeat: Amazon invests $20M in Chinese online food vendor Yummy77
SingleHop, a provider of cloud-based infrastructure for small and medium-sized businesses to run their applications, has raised a $14.8 million round of debt money.
Read more on VentureBeat: SingleHop, a cloud provider for non-enterprises, takes $14.8M in debt
DataPad emerged from stealth mode today and plans to demonstrate its cloud-based software for visualizing data at the Innovation Showdown competition at VentureBeat’s DataBeat conference in San Francisco. The startup also revealed a $1.7 million round of seed funding that will help it invest in engineering and design and gear up for a push into mid-sized companies.
Read more on VentureBeat: DataPad emerges to let everyone at your company create and play with charts
Some very big names apparently believe Indiegogo has at least a fighting chance against larger crowdfunding rival Kickstarter. San Francisco-based Indiegogo announced eight new investors today, and the list reads like a Who’s Who of tech celebrities.
Read more on VentureBeat: Richard Branson, Tim Draper, and other luminaries place bets on Indiegogo in ‘celebrity’ funding round
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