With so much going on in the city’s thriving ecosystem, it is easy to miss some of the happenings in the space. We keep you abreast of a few of things that you may have missed in NYC Tech News for the week ending 6/8 including the NYC startup fundings, NYC startup exits, and NYC Tech events including news for Litify, AdHawk, Onna, and much more…
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Real Capital Analytics, the real estate deal data and analytics company, has raised $115M in growing funding from investors from Susquehanna Growth Equity. Real Capital Analytics was founded by Robert White in 2000.
Biz2Credit, the small business lending marketplace, has raised $52M in funding from investors that include Nexus Venture Partners and WestBridge Capital. Founded by Ramit Arora and Rohit Arora in 2007, Biz2Credit has now raised a total of $302M in reported equity funding.
Litify, the SaaS platform built on Salesforce to manage all facets of law firm operations, has raised $50M in funding led by Tiger Global Management. Founded by Reuven Moskowitz and Ryan Hallman in 2016, Litify previously raised a total of $8.7M in reported equity funding. The company’s last round in 2018 came at a $50M valuation.
CredSimple, the credentialing and data management platform, has raised an additional $14M in funding according to a recent SEC filing. The funding comes from nine investors. Confirmed investors in previous rounds include Chicago Ventures, Primary Venture Partners, Bowery Capital, Kevin Mahaffey, Meridian Street Capital, and Tigerlabs. Founded by Mike Simmons and Dr. Garry Choy in 2013, CredSimple previously raised a total of $11M in reported equity funding.
AdHawk, the machine learning-powered optimization platform for online advertising on Facebook and Google, has raised $13M in Series B funding from investors that include FJ Labs, Accomplice, Entree Capital, and Interplay Ventures. Founded by Dan Pratt and Todd Saunders in 2015, AdHawk has now raised a total of $17.7M in reported equity funding.
Troops.ai optimizes and automates sales workflow and communication between sales team members. Founded by Dan Reich, Greg Ratner, and Scott Britton in 2015, Troops.ai raised $12M in Series B funding led by Aspect Ventures and with participation from First Round Capital, Felicis Ventures, Chicago Ventures, Susa Ventures, Hone Capital, Slack Fund, and InVisionApp. Troops has now raised a total of $29.3M across four rounds.
Onna, the centralized enterprise solution for connecting productivity and collaboration tools, has raised $11M in Series A funding from investors that include Dawn Capital. Onna has now raised a total of $16M in reported equity funding. Check out our interview with its founder Salim Elkhou.
Mixlab, the pet pharmacy, has raised $8.5M in Seed funding from investors that include Global Founders Capital, Monogram Capital, Brand Foundry, Lakehouse Ventures, Mars Petcare, Joyance Partners, and TQ Ventures. Read our interview with Mixlab cofounder Frederic Dijols.
Zyper is the machine-learning software helping brands identify, engage, and build partnerships with their top 1% of fans. It raised $6.5M in a Series A round led by Talis Capital, with participation from Forerunner Ventures and Y Combinator. It was founded by Amber Atherton and has now raised a total of $8.6M across three rounds.
BABOON, the direct-to-consumer bag company, has raised $1.2M in funding according to a recent SEC filing. The filing indicates that the total offering is for $1.5M and that there were twenty-seven participants in this close. BABOON was founded by Andy Person, Michael Kushner, and Trey Sisson in 2017.
Cartful Solutions, the needs-based product recommendation application for e-commerce sites, has raised $890K in funding according to a recent SEC filing. The filing indicates that there were twenty-one investors in this round. Cartful Solutions was founded by Timothy Petrella in 2015.