Daily funding roundup - September 13th, 2021

Kristin Karaoglu · September 14, 2021 · Short URL: https://vator.tv/n/530d

Numan raised $40M; Babyscripts landed $12M; Courier Health secured 4$M

SpotOn: SpotOn is a San Francisco-based company that sells software and payments tech to SMBs with an emphasis on restaurants and retail businesses. SpotOn has raised $300 million in Series E funding. Read more   

BitSight: BitSight is a Boston-based startup that assesses the likelihood that an organization will be breached. BitSight has received a $250 million investment from credit rating giant Moody’s. Read more 

JumpCloud: JumpCloud is a Louisville, Co.-based open directory platform that says it promises its customers secure, frictionless access from any device to any resource, anywhere. JumpCloud has raised $159 million in Series F funding. Sapphire Ventures led the round, joined by Owl Rock, Whale Rock Capital, Sands Capital, Endeavor Catalyst, and earlier investors General Atlantic, BlackRock and H.I.G. Growth Partners. Read more  

GrubMarket: GrubMarket is a San Francisco-based company whose software and services help link up and manage relationships between food suppliers and their customers. GrubMarket has raised $120 million in Series E funding from a wide number of investors. Read more 

ADARx Pharma: ADARx Pharma is a San Diego-based developer of RNA-targeting therapeutics. ADARx Pharma has raised $75 million in Series B funding. OrbiMed Advisors led the round, joined by Lilly Asia Ventures SR One and Sirona Capital. Read more

LevaData: LevaData is a San Jose, Ca.-based maker of supply management software. LevaData has raised $47 million in Series C funding. Banneker Partners led the round, joined by earlier investor Tola Capital. Read more 

Numan: Numan is a London-based online clinic for men’s health. Numan raised $40 million in Series B funding. White Star Capital led the round, joined by Novator, Vostok New Global, Anthemis Exponential and Colle Capital. Read more 

Vector.ai: Vector.ai is a U.K.-based startup that says it helps freight forwarders improve productivity via its AI platform. Vector.ai has raised $15 million in Series A funding by Bessemer Venture Partners, with participation from earlier backers Dynamo Ventures and Episode 1. Read more  

Babyscripts: Babyscripts is a Washington, D.C.-based obstetrics virtual care startup. Babyscripts has raised $12 million in Series B funding. MemorialCare Innovation Fund led the round, joined by Philips Ventures and the CU Healthcare Innovation Fund. Read more

Cresicor: Cresicor is a San Francisco-based startup that provides small and midsize consumer packaged goods companies with an automated way to manage trade promotions. Cresicor has raised $5.6 million in seed funding. Costanoa Ventures led the round, joined by Torch Capital and a group of angel investors. Read more  

Courier Health: Courier Health is a New York-based developer of patient management software that aims to help biopharma companies support people with chronic diseases. Courier Health has raised $4 million in seed finding Work-Bench, with participation from a number of tech and biopharma executives. Read more 

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