Here’s a list of today’s tech funding stories, updated as the day unfolds. Tip us here if you have a deal to share.
Tanium raises another $120M and hits $3.5B post-money valuation
Enterprise software company Tanium announced today that it took in $120 million for its latest round from TPG, Institutional Venture Partners (IVP), T. Rowe Price, and Andreessen Horowitz. The investment brings the funding total to $262M and sets Tanium at a whooping $3.5 billion post-money valuation, the company told VentureBeat.
Apttus raises $108M, becomes a unicorn
Quote-to-cash company Apttus, which operates on Salesforce‘s platform, announced yesterday that it raised a $108 million C round from Iconiq Capital, K1 Capital, KIA, and Salesforce Ventures. Apttus had already raised $78 million in previous rounds and says it has 70 of the Fortune 500 companies in its portfolio. The investment bring the company to the $1 billion valuation, giving Apttus unicorn status.
Content marketing platform NewsCred is today announcing a new round of $42 million to help it evolve into a broader marketing platform.
The new funding, which brings the total raised to $88.8 million, will be used to double the company’s sales team and to support software development of the platform.
FTV Capital led this Series D round, with participation from existing investors FirstMark Capital, InterWest Partners, and Mayfield Fund.
Universal Avenue closes $5M for expansion
Swedish startup Universal Avenue, which provides SaaS to give “businesses on-demand access to a direct sales team in any location around the world,” raised $5 million in a round led by Northzone and Salesforce Ventures. Universal Avenue already has offices in the U.K. and Greece, and announced today that it plans to use the funds to fuel its sales and marketing teams for further expansion into Europe.
The startup has raised at least $7 million to date. Existing investor MOOR also participated in the round.
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