Daily funding roundup - Dec. 9th, 2020

Kristin Karaoglu · December 9, 2020 · Short URL: https://vator.tv/n/5170

Kevel raised $11M; ArthurAI secured $15M; WorkRamp landed $17M; GetAccept picks up $20M

Kevel: Kevel is a Raleigh, N.C.-based adtech company whose software helps brands run ad formats like sponsored listings and native ads on websites and apps. Kevel has raised $11 million in Series A funding. Fulcrum Equity led the round, joined by Commerce Ventures, Mathcapital and Food Retail Ventures. Read more

ArthurAI: ArthurAI is a New York-based model monitoring platform meant to give companies the confidence that their AI deployments are performing as expected. ArthurAI has raised $15 million in Series A funding led by Index Ventures, with help from newcomers Acrew and Plexo Capital,  along with previous investors Homebrew, AME Ventures and Work-Bench. Read more

Squire: Squire is a New York-based barbershop management and point of sale software maker. Squire has raised $45 million in new equity funding led by Iconiq Capital, along with l $15 million in debt financing. Read more

WorkRamp: WorkRamp is a San Francisco-based company whose platform helps organizations build their own training materials, then distribute them to their workforce and to partners. WorkRamp has raised $17 million in Series B funding. OMERS Ventures led the round, joined by Bow Capital. Read more  

Sunday: Sunday is a Boulder, Co.-based subscription-based startup that sells environmentally friendly lawn-care products. Sunday has raised $19 million in Series B funding led by Sequoia Capital, with participation from earlier backers Tusk Ventures and Forerunner Ventures. Read more

GetAccept: GetAccept is a San Francisco-based maker of sales automation software for small and mid-size businesses. GetAccept has raised $20 million in Series B funding led by Bessemer Venture Partners, a round that brings the company's total funding to $30 million. Read more

DataRobot: DataRobot is a Boston-based company whose machine learning platform for data scientists of all skill levels helps then build and deploy accurate predictive models more quickly, has raised $50 million in extended Series F funding. Strategic investors Snowflake, Salesforce Ventures, and Hewlett Packard Enterprise provided the new capital. Read more

Pear Therapeutics: Pear Therapeutics is a Boston-based digital therapeutics company that boasts three FDA-cleared products, including digital therapeutics for substance use disorder, opioid use disorder, and most recently, insomnia. Pear Therapeutics  has raised $80 million in Series D funding. SoftBank’s Vision Fund 2 led  round, joined by several of Pear's earlier backers, including Novartis. Read more

SingleStore: SingleStore is a San Francisco-based company provides a SQL-based platform to help enterprises manage, parse and use data that lives in silos across multiple cloud and on-premise environments. SingleStore has raised $80 million in Series E funding. Insight Partners led the round, joined by Dell Technologies Capital, Hercules Capital, Accel, Anchorage, Glynn Capital, GV and Rev IV. Read more 

Wiz: Wiz is a Tel Aviv, Israel- and Palo Alto, Ca.-based cloud security company. Wiz has raised $100 million in Series A funding, including from Index Ventures, Sequoia Capital, Insight Partners, and Cyberstarts. The company was founded by the same team that founded Adallom, sold it to Microsoft for $320 million in 2015, then led Microsoft's Cloud Security Group. 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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