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Haystack TV, a customized news aggregator, raised $1.7 million in seed funding from investors that included Peter Kellner, Inspovation Ventures, DeltaG Ventures, Larry Braitman, David Anderman, SGH Capital, and StartX Fund.
DemoChimp, a Software as a Service company, raised $2.8 million in a seed funding round led by Peak Ventures, along with Albion Financial, Seed Equity, Select Venture Partners, Paul Ahlstrom, Scott Frazier and Greg Schenk.
EBR Systems, developer of a wireless cardiac pacing system for heart failure, raised $20 million in a round led by Emergent Medical Partners, along with Split Rock Partners, SV Life Sciences, Delphi Ventures, St. Paul Venture Capital, a cardiovascular corporate strategic investor and private investors including Dr. Fogarty and Stephen Mahle.
NSONE, a high performance DNS service, raised $5.35 million in a round led by Flybridge Capital Partners and Sigma Prime Ventures, with participation from Founder Collective, Center Electric, and others.
This Game Studio, a mobile game developer, raised a $5 million round of funding from NCSoft.
Payroll processing service ZenPayroll raised $60 million in a round led by Google Capital, with participation from Emergence Capital Partners, Ribbit Capital, General Catalyst, Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, Google Ventures and others.
RedSeal, developer of security risk management software and solutions, raised a $17 million round of funding from Tyco, MATH Venture Partners, Pallasite Ventures, DRW, Venrock, Sutter Hill, Icon Ventures, Leapfrog, Olympic Ventures and others.
CliQr, a hybrid cloud migration and management company, raised $20 million in Series C funding led by Polaris Partners with participation from Foundation Capital, Google Ventures and TransLink Capital.
FirstFuel Software, a customer intelligence service for energy providers, raised $23 million in a round led by Next World Capital, along with Electranova Capital, Battery Ventures, Rockport Capital, Nth Power and E.ON SE.
Pixability, a video ad buying and marketing technology company, raised an $18 million Series C financing round led by Jump Capital and Edison Partners, along with all existing investors, including Point Judith Capital and Quad Graphics.
Natera, a non-invasive genetic testing company, raised approximately $55.5 million in funding led by Sofinnova Ventures, with participation from Capital Research and Management, Franklin Templeton Investments, Jennison Associates, RA Capital Management, Healthcor Partners and OrbiMed Advisors.
Clypd, a sell-side technology provider, raised $19.4 million in a Series B round led by RTL Group, with participation from Atlas Venture, Data Point Capital, Duke University, TiVo Inc., Transmedia Capital and Western Technology Investment.
Prosper Marketplace, an online marketplace for credit, raised a $165 million Series D round led by Credit Suisse NEXT Investors, along with J.P. Morgan Asset Management, SunTrust Banks, BBVA Ventures, Neuberger Berman Private Equity Funds, Passport Capital, Breyer Capital, and others.
The RealReal, an authenticated luxury consignment company, raised $40 million in Series D funding led by Industry Ventures, with e.ventures Growth, Greycroft Growth, DBL Partners, Canaan Partners and InterWest Partners participating.
Aviso, a predictive insights software company for sales management, raised a $15 million round of Series B funding co-led by Scale Venture Partners and Next World Capital, with participation from all existing angels and investors, including Shasta Ventures, First Round Capital, Bloomberg Beta and Cowboy Ventures.
Niara, a stealth security analytics company, raised a $20 million Series B round led by Venrock, with additional participants including New Enterprise Associates (NEA) and Index Ventures.
Timeshare marketplace Vacatia raised $7 million in a funding round led by Javelin Venture Partners.
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