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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.

Box lures startups with a new $40M pool of money

Box really wants to get developers to build on top of its technology. Today, at the end of the 2015 Box Dev conference, Box founder and chief executive teased money — the ultimate incentive — for those developers who play along.

Bessemer Venture Partners and Emergence Capital, both of which backed Box when it was still a privately held company, are each contributing $20 million, for a total of $40 million.

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Zirx parks $30M to build a fleet of valets

San Francisco-based startup Zirx is looking to fulfill the desire for parking felt keenly by an increasing number of frustrated car owners. It announced today that it has closed a new round of $30 million to help further that aim.

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SimpliLearn raises $15M in third round

San Francisco-based education technology company SimpliLearn has picked up $15 million in a Series C round led by Mayfair, with participation from Kalaari Capital and Helion Venture Partners. This round brings the company’s total capital raised to $27 million. The company provides training and certification courses for professionals, such as IT pros, and employs a network over more than 2,000 trainers.

Read more on the company’s press release page

Deep Information Services closes $8M ‘Series A’ round

Deep Information Sciences announced it has closed $8 million in Series A funding. The company makes a high-performance database engine for speeding up databases’ ability to manage large volumes of data, called Deep Engine. The round was led by Sigma Prime Ventures and Stage 1 Ventures, and included AlphaPrime Ventures. Although this was described as a first round, the company had actually raised $10 million previously, so its total raised now stands at $18 million. Deep Information Services is based in Boston.

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Honey lands a tasty $1M to find the social enterprise sweet spot

Enterprise social platform Honey is announcing some sweet news today: a $1 million seed round.

The new funding, from Point Nine Capital, is Honey’s first outside money. It will be used for growing the company’s engineering, customer success, and support teams.

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This list will be updated with breaking funding news all day. Check back for more.

 

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