Exabeam, the leader in user behavior analytics (UBA) for security, today announced the closing of a $25 million financing round to further accelerate the company's rapid growth and continue updating its UBA solution in response to customer demand and industry trends. Icon Ventures led the Series B investment round.
RedSeal (redseal.co), the cybersecurity analytics company, today announced record-breaking financial results for the quarter ended Sept. 30. Bookings reached $13.6 million, the highest recorded in a quarter in the company’s history and more than double the year over year quarter. Leveraging new product innovations, RedSeal not only signed 16 new customers in the quarter but also expanded its presence in a number of important large enterprises.
“When we closed our Series C round of financing earlier this year, we made a calculated set of investments that is clearly beginning to pay off,” said RedSeal Chairman and CEO Ray Rothrock. “This included investing heavily in our engineering initiatives, which drives the innovation that separates us from competitors. We also positioned RedSeal to be a leader in cyber resilience. Further, we increased our professional services function to speed the time-to-value for customers.”
An 18-month-old Menlo Park, Calif-based marketing technology company just secured another $25 million, bringing total funding to date to nearly $50 million.
Investors seem smitten with Origami Logic’s Marketing Signal Measurement (MSM) Platform, which the company claims converts marketing signals into business insights. The round was led by new investor New World Capital with participation by DAG Ventures, as well as existing investors Accel Partners, Icon Ventures and Lightspeed. Ventures.
Exabeam, the leader in user behavior analytics (UBA) for security, today announced the closing of a $25 million financing round to further accelerate the company’s rapid growth and continue updating its UBA solution in response to customer demand and industry trends. Icon Ventures led the Series B investment round.
Peter Hamilton came to Seattle to sing in the opera, but developed a harmony with technology instead.
Hamilton, who sang in the Seattle Opera chorus for two years, is the CEO of Tune, a Seattle mobile analytics company that provides software to measure the performance of mobile marketing channels.
The Tune Marketing Console helps marketers responsible for apps belonging to companies like Expedia, EBay and many others determine which ad platforms like Google or Twitter are driving new customers, generating repeat customers and delivering sales.
Tune’s growth parallels the mobile media explosion and the emergence of app-vertising as a way to reach consumers on their smartphones and other mobile devices.
MarketLive announced ‘MarketLive Inline Analytics’ enabling retailers to make data-informed merchandising decisions in real-time without ever leaving the MarketLive system. The native Inline Analytics tool instantly queries product SKU sales trends, past campaign performance, keywords, conversion statistics, comparable products in other categories, and other contextually-pertinent information held in the MarketLive platform. The information is presented right […]
CloudPhysics, provider of data-driven insights for smarter IT, today launched a new release of its SaaS offering, significantly expanding its analytics solution so that VMware users can preempt and eliminate operational hazards that threaten to disrupt IT operations and applications.
Bill.com, a leading business payments network, and Xero, global leader in cloud accounting software for small businesses, today announced the availability of their Direct Sync integration for small and medium-sized businesses. Business owners can now seamlessly sync their Xero and Bill.com accounts to integrate bill pay with online accounting—providing small business owners with a real-time […]
Since stepping into the role of Teladoc CEO six years ago, I’ve seen the company accomplish some amazing things in a short amount of time. We’re the first and only telehealth provider to go public, we’ve experienced rapid growth – with 12.5 million U.S. members connected to our network of over 1,500 physicians – and […]
Yodle, a leader in local online marketing, today announced that its Lighthouse 360 product is now available to auto repair shops. The customized offering combines Yodle’s proven marketing automation tools with new tools designed specifically to help local auto repair business owners manage their shop and grow profitably. With Lighthouse 360, auto repair shops can […]
Zephyr Health, the leading insights-as-a-service company for the Healthcare industry, announced today that it has closed a $17.5 Million funding round led by Google Ventures. Current investors Kleiner Perkins Caufield Byers and Icon Ventures are also participating in the round. Zephyr Health has received a total of $33.5 million funding to date.
“At Google Ventures, we look for companies that work at the intersection of data science and Healthcare,” said Blake Byers, General Partner at Google Ventures. “Zephyr Health is at the forefront of healthcare analytics. Zephyr integrates thousands of public and private data sources to provide deep, predictive insights that enable customers to accelerate time to market for drugs, diagnostics and devices.”
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