Daily funding roundup - April 27th, 2020

Kristin Karaoglu · April 28, 2020 · Short URL: https://vator.tv/n/5019

Auditoria.AI landed $6M; Codota secured $12M; Brain Corp raised $36M

BuyMed: BuyMed is an online pharma marketplace. BuyMed raised $2.5 million from Sequoia Capital India and Genesia Ventures. Read more

Tinvio: Tinvio is an order managing platform for supply chain merchants. Tinvio has raised $5.5 million in seed funding. Sequoia Capital India led the round, joined by Global Founders Capital and Partech. Read more 

SingleOps: SingleOps makes business management SaaS for outdoor services companies like tree care and lawn care. SingleOps has raised $6 million led by Five Elms Capital. Read more

Auditoria.AI: Auditoria.AI is employing AI in finance process automation. Auditoria.AI has raised $6 million in funding, including from Neotribe Ventures, Engineering Capital, and Firebolt Ventures. Read more

Codota: Codota develops tools for autocompleting strings of code. Codota raised $12 million in Series A funding led by e.ventures, with participation from Khosla Ventures, TPY Capital, and Hetz Ventures. Read more

Medici: Medici is a mobile technology platform that provides text, video and voice chats between patients and doctors. Medici raised $24 million in Series B funding from current investors, including Barry Sternlicht of Starwood Capital Group, Kenneth Griffin of Citadel, Nathan Kirsh of the Kirsh Group, Howard Jenkins of Publix, and Tom Meredith, formerly of Dell. Read more

Templafy: Templafy makes enterprise template management and document creation software. Templafy has raised $25 million in Series C funding. Insight Partners led the round, joined by Dawn Capital, Seed Capital, and Damgaard Co. Read more

Actym Therapeutics: Actym Therapeutics is a microbial-based immunotherapy platform that aims to treat cancers. Actym Therapeutics has raised $34 million in Series A funding. Boehringer Ingelheim Venture Fund and Panacea Venture co-led the round, joined by Illumina Ventures, Korea Investment Partners, and JLo Ventures. Read more

Brain Corp: Brain Corp develops tech for autonomous mobile robots. Brain Corp raised $36 million in Series D funding led by earlier backer SoftBank Vision Fund. Others backers include ClearBridge Investments, Satwik Ventures, and Qualcomm Ventures. Read more

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