Motimatic raised $4M; Vital secured $5.2M; Credly closed $11.1M; Vue.ai landed $17M
Chili Piper: Chili Piper increased conversion rates on inbound leads by embedding an intelligent form scheduler alongside their marketing automation. Chili Piper has raised $3 million in seed funding led by Flashpoint Venture Capital. Read more
Motimatic: Motimatic platform blends the latest advances in online advertising technology and motivation science. Motimatic has raised $4 million in funding. City Light Capital led the round, with participation from University Ventures and New Markets Venture Partners. Read more
Embrace: Embrace is the first app performance monitoring platform built for mobile. Embrace has raised $4.5 million in fresh capital led by Pritzker Group Venture Capital. Other participants in the round include Greycroft Partners and Vy Capital. Read more
ChurnZero: ChurnZero is customer success software for growing SaaS and subscription businesses. ChurnZero has raised $7 million in Series A funding. Baird Capital led the round, with participation from Grotech Ventures, Middleland Capital, Charlottesville Angel Network and Center for Innovative Technology. Read more
CEIPAL: CEIPAL is an integrated Cloud HCM solution delivers in a single platform from hiring to workforce collaboration from anywhere anytime. CEIPAL has raised $7.5 million in funding, including from Resolve Growth Partners and Mistral Venture Partners. Read more
Censinet: Censinet fundamentally redefines the way vendor risk is managed in healthcare. Censinet has raised $7.8 million in Series A funding co-led by HLM Venture Partners and Cedars-Sinai Health System. Read more
Vital: Vital is modern cloud-based emergency department software, it uses artificial intelligence to predict admits hours in advance, reduce length-of-stay, and save millions with an improved flow. Vital has raised $5.2 million in seed round led by First Round Capital and DFJ. Read more
Credly: Credly is a leading digital credential service provider, helping the world recognize lifelong achievement with the most popular platforms for verifying, sharing and managing digital credentials and badges. Credly has raised $11.1 million in funding. Backers include ZOMA Capital, Strada Education Network, New Markets Venture Partners, University Ventures, Pearson, Lumina Foundation and Lion Brothers. Read more
Blueshift: Blueshift is an AI-powered customer engagement platform for B2C marketers and cross-channel marketing. Blueshift has raised $15 million in Series B funding. SoftBank Ventures Asia led the round with participation from Storm Ventures and Nexus Venture Partners, among others. Read more
Vue.ai: Vue.ai is an end-to-end retail automation platform that is redesigning the future of fashion retail with Artificial Intelligence. Vue.ai has raised $17 million in Series B funding. Falcon Edge Capital led the round, with participation from Japan’s Global Brain and earlier backer Sequoia Capital India. Read more
Payrix: Payrix provides marketplaces, SaaS businesses, and ISOs solutions for flexible payment facilitation. Payrix has raised $22 million from Blue Star Innovation Partners and Providence Strategic Growth. Read more
RWDC Industries: RWDC Industries develops sustainable biodegradable solutions, with a focus on biodegradable, water-based coatings for paper-based packaging. RWDC has raised $22 million. Investors include Vickers Venture Partners, Eversource Retirement Plan Master Trust and earlier backer WI Harper. Read more
Sight Machine: Sight Machine provides an analytics platform that helps address critical challenges in quality and productivity throughout the enterprise. Sight has raised $29.4 million in Series C funding led by LS Group, with participation from Mercury Fund, Jump Capital, OATV and E.ON. Read more
Digital Guardian: The Digital Guardian platform performs across traditional endpoints, mobile devices, and cloud applications to make it easier to see and stop all threats to sensitive data. Digital Guardian has raised $30 million in funding led by LLR Partners. Earlier backers also joined the round, including GE Pension Trust, MassMutual Ventures, Brookline Venture Partners, Golub Capital, and Siemens Financial Services. Read more
Sherlock Biosciences: Sherlock Biosciences was founded on the belief that we can vastly improve human health and industrial testing worldwide. Sherlock Biosciences has raised $31 million in Series A funding from Northpond Ventures and Baidu Ventures, among others. Read more
FullStory: FullStory is an app that captures all your customer experience data in one powerful, easy-to-use platform. FullStory has raised $32 million in Series C funding led by Stripes. Dell Technologies Capital also chipped into the round, along with earlier backers GV, Kleiner Perkins, and Salesforce Ventures. Read more
Decisions: Decisions provides a platform which is a complete workflow automation solution including a search engine, forms designer and dash-boarding. Decisions has raised $40 million from Aldrich Capital Partners. Read more
HZO: HZO provides advanced water protection solutions for electronics manufacturers by introducing a durable film to components during assembly. HZO has raised $40 million in new funding from undisclosed investors. It also secured $30 million in new credit facilities from Cathay Bank. Read more
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Vue.ai is a computer vision and artificial intelligence platform that promises intelligent retail automation, keeping the human experience front and center. Vue.ai’s ‘neural network for retail’ leverages image recognition and data science to extract retail catalog data, analyze it with user behavior and help retailers make better, faster decisions.
The platform, which includes seven different products, delivers on two primary value propositions: automating retail processes across catalog management and merchandising and personalizing the customer experience across channels for global brands like Macy’s and Diesel. Vue.ai is backed by leading venture capitalists such as Falcon Edge Capital, Sequoia Capital India, Global Brains, a GP of KDDI Innovation Fund and Exfinity Venture Partners. The company is headquartered in Redwood City, CA, with offices in Chennai, India.