Daily funding roundup - October 12th, 2018

Kristin Karaoglu · October 12, 2018 · Short URL: https://vator.tv/n/4c5a

strongDM raised $1M; Deep Lens raised $3.2M; Rollick raised $8.3M; Nyotron raised $10M

strongDM: strongDM is a platform to define permissions and monitor access to any database. It's so easy, security is the convenient choice. strongDM closes $1 million expansion round to secure access in a distributed world. Read more

Deep Lens: Deep Lens is extending one of the world’s first digital pathology cloud platforms that for over ten years has allowed pathology groups to collaborate on groundbreaking cancer research across dozens of cancer types. Deep Lens raised $3.2 million in seed financing led by Sierra Ventures while Rev1 Ventures and Tamarind-Hill Fund participated. Read more

Rollick: Rollick is a company dedicated to creating a superior buying and selling experience for outdoor recreational products. Backed by industry leading investors, Their team is deeply experienced in building valuable affinity, dealer and manufacturer relationships enabled by innovative sales and marketing technology. Rollick raised $8.3 million in Series A funding led by LiveOak Venture Partners. Read more

Nyotron: Nyotron, based in Silicon Valley, provides the industry’s first OS-Centric Positive Security to strengthen endpoint protection. Nyotron raised $10 million in funding from Ingram Micro. Read more

Qordoba: The Qordoba Strings Intelligence Platform enables product teams to create compelling user experiences by managing all of the words in their products. Qordoba $11.5 million series B Funding, led by Aspect Ventures. Read more

Flo Health: Flo Health is a developer of Flo, the fastest growing AI-driven women’s health product that encompasses solutions for girls and women at every stage of their life. Flo Health raised $12 million in funding. Mangrove Capital Partners led the round, and was joined by investors including Flint Capital and Haxus. Read more

CoinJax: CoinJax is an international high-tech cryptocurrency exchange, built from ground up with the emphasis of scalability and security. CoinJax employs the latest proprietary security techniques and best industry practice. All funds are stored in cold wallets, with a multi-sig process to ensure strong corporate governance and compliance. CoinJax receives funding and prepares for launch in October. Read more

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Kristin Karaoglu

Woman of many skills: Database System Engineer; SplashX event producer; Author of Startup Teams

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