Emergence Enterprise Recap — November 2017

December 4, 2017 Joseph Floyd

Emergence News & Thoughts

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Portfolio Executive Openings

  • VP of Sales — Textio is an augmented writing platform for smarter hiring. The ideal candidate has previous experience as a senior sales leader focused on enterprise SaaS in growth-stage startup environments.
  • Head of Marketing — Guru is reinventing knowledge sharing and enterprise collaboration. Guru is looking for candidate’s with 10+ years of B2B SaaS marketing leadership experience while managing and scaling cross-functional teams.
  • Head of Customer Success — Blend Labs partners with banks and lenders to power frictionless, compliant, and more accessible lending — starting with mortgages. The ideal candidate has 15+ years senior operations/delivery experience in large, well-regarded enterprises.
  • Head of Product Marketing — Gusto’s fully-integrated platform automates payroll, benefits and HR tasks for companies. Gusto is looking for someone with 8+ years of product marketing experience, ideally with experience bringing a multi-option SaaS product to a consumer or SMB market.

Enterprise Financing and M&A

Here is the full recap of November’s enterprise financings and M&A:

  • Uptake, a Chicago-based predictive analytics software provider, raised $117 million in Series D funding at a $2.3 billion valuation.
  • InVision, a New York City-based product design platform, raised $100 million in Series E funding.
  • MetricStream, Inc, a Palo Alto, Calif.-based provider of solutions for quality management, regulatory compliance, corporate governance, and quality management, raised $65 million in funding.
  • Collective Medical, a Salt Lake City-based provider of care collaboration solutions, raised $47.5 million in Series A funding.
  • Leanplum, a San Francisco-based mobile marketing platform, raised $47 million in Series D in funding.
  • H2O.ai, a Mountain View, Calif.-based company bringing AI to enterprises, raised $40 million in Series C funding.
  • Instart Logic, a Palo Alto, Calif.-based company focusing on cloud, web and mobile application performance, raised $30 million in funding.
  • LightStep, a San Francisco-based provider of application performance management for enterprise software, raised $29 million in funding.
  • LeanTaaS, Inc., a Santa Clara, Calif.-based provider of software for healthcare providers, raised $26 million in Series B funding.
  • Qubole, a Santa Clara, Calif.-based developer of a cloud-based data platform, raised $25 million in funding.
  • BigPanda, a Palo Alto, Calif.-based and Tel Aviv-based provider of algorithmic service operations solutions for enterprise IT, raised $23 million in funding.
  • GoSpotCheck, a Denver, Colo.-based SaaS-based field execution management platform, raised $21.5 million in Series B1 funding.
  • Prognos, a New York-based healthcare AI company, raised $20.5 million in Series C funding.
  • Glint, a Redwood City, Calif.-based employee engagement platform, raised $20 million in Series D funding round.
  • Revel, a Minneapolis, Minn.-based health engagement company, raised $17 million in funding.
  • AppZen, a Sunnyvale, Calif.-based provider of artificial intelligence solutions for back office automation, raised $13 million in Series A funding.
  • Ranger Health, a San Antonio, Texas-based on-demand healthcare service and technology company, raised $10 million in Series A funding.
  • Brat, a video startup, raised $10 million in funding.
  • Aquaro Histology Inc, an Ann Arbor, Mich.-based developer of products for the histology laboratory, raised $9.8 million in Series A funding.
  • Arbe Robotics, a Tel Aviv and Tokyo-based provider of high-resolution radar for self-driving cars, has closed $9 million in funding.
  • Rallyteam, a San Francisco-based talent development platform startup, raised $8.6 million in Series A funding.
  • Lessonly, an Indianapolis-based team training software solutions company, raised $8 million in Series B funding.
  • Libra, a New York City-based provider of financial software for the blockchain and cryptocurrency industry, raised $7.8 million in Series A funding.
  • Testim, a San Francisco-based provider of machine learning-based test automation software, raised $5.6 million in Series A funding.

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Happy holidays!


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