Here’s a list of today’s biggest funding stories, updated as the day unfolds. Tip us here if you have a deal to share.
Bracket Computing has now raised $85M
Bracket Computing, a startup that has devised software that lets companies run their applications on multiple clouds in accordance with their security and performance needs, said today that it has launched with more than $85 million in funding. Allegis Capital, Andreessen Horowitz, ARTIS Ventures, GE, Norwest Venture Partners, Qualcomm, and Sutter Hill Ventures participated. Bracket started in 2011.
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Playstudios has set itself apart in the crowded market for social casino games by offering rewards, or “comps” to stay in Las Vegas hotels, to its MyVegas gamers. Today the company announced it has raised $20 million in a third round of funding led by Jafco Ventures.
Let’s say you’re a global ad network. You take credit card payments from your advertisers around the world — your “customers” — and you pay the publishers in many countries who run the websites where the ads run. But, given all the regulations and currencies, how do you pay them?
That’s the problem the cloud-based Tipalti platform was built to solve. Today, the Israel- and Palo Alto, Calif.-based company announced it has nabbed $13 million to keep the money flowing between borders.
Today Flint Mobile announced it has landed a $9.4 million round to help businesses keep their equipment inventory low. The Series C round was led by Verizon Communications’ investment arm, Verizon Ventures, with participation by previous investors Digicel, Storm Ventures, and True Ventures, and by new investor Peninsula Ventures.
Marketing startup Lytics raises $7M
Portland-based Lytics today announced a $7 million funding round led by Comcast Ventures. Lytics says its platform “is the first to…identify hidden consumer audiences, reveal new marketing opportunities and proactively suggest how to best engage with different audience segments.”
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New York-based YouAppi says it has raised $3 million in funding to build on its analytics that figure out what customers do after they download an app. Glilot Capital Partners, 2B-Angels, and Flint Capital led the funding.
This list will be updated with breaking funding news all day. Check back for more.