It has been another busy week for startups on the move. From Blue Talon’s $5 million raise to Urban Airship’s $21 million raise, companies in a wide range of sectors have been racking up the funding dollars. For those of you who haven’t had time to keep up with the latest funding news, following is a funding roundup of just some of the startups who landed investment capital this past week:
Moda Operandi offers access to designer trunk shows as well as a curated online boutique of designer merchandise. Shop hot designers like Oscar de la Renta, Naeem Khan, Nina Ricci, Pierre Hardy, and Derek Lam.
Billed as “human assisted technology, Cloud Factory offers access to a cloud workforce to complete tasks ranging from form digitization to contact surveys and image tagging.
Medical device startup Better Walk is developing a new, more comfortable crutch.
RoboCV develops auto-pilot robotics systems for warehouse and industrial vehicle automation.
Applicaster offers business solutions including cross-screen mobile apps to help broadcasters engage ‘second screen’ users.
WeTransfer raises $25 million Series A
WeTransfer lets users transfer large data files, customize URLs, and store data.
RapidMiner offers predictive analytics, text and data mining.
Springpath offers data management software and storage that isn’t hardware-specific.
Pindrop offers phone security technology for enterprise users and call centers.
Glint offers a real-time employee engagement analytics platform.
Sindeo offers a mortgage marketplace to help borrowers find the right mortgage while helping lenders connect with more potential borrowers.
NoRedInk offers adaptive learning technology to help students achieve better grades while offering teachers understanding regarding their students’ learning habits.
WorldRemit offers a money transfer service (web and mobile) for sending funds to family and friends in foreign countries.
Firefly plans to bring popular Asian mobile games to Western/North American audiences.
17hats offers business management tools for freelancers and single-founder businesses. Management tools are available for anything from contacts and quotes to projects and invoices.
Livefyre offers a real-time commenting tool for online content.
Sqrrl provides enterprise-level security for big data databases.
ArmorText raises $2 million
ArmorText provides an enterprise-level text messaging platform. Offering end-to-end data encryption, ArmorText can be used for multiple industries including the healthcare sector, financial sector, and public sector agencies like government and policing.
Keeping up with funding announcements can feel like attempting to drink from a firehose. We hope our weekly roundup of startups raising news helps you quench your thirst for the latest news on startups rising.
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