4 Cloud Computing Funding Stories You Might Have Missed, July 10
Each week Talkin’ Cloud compiles a list of cloud computing financing stories for readers who might have missed the news earlier in the week. This week’s column features funding news from DigitalOcean, Influitive, Core Informatics and ZeroTurnaround.
These stories have been gathered from Talkin’ Cloud’s article database and other media sources. If we missed something, feel free to leave a comment below. We might just add it into the mix.
Here’s this week’s list of 4 Cloud Computing Funding Stories You Might Have Missed, July 10.
DigitalOcean Raises $83 Million In Series B Funding Led By Access Industries. Cloud infrastructure provider DigitalOcean has secured $83 million in Series B funding led by Access Industries. Andreessen Horowitz also participated in the funding round. DigitalOcean said it plans to use the funding to expand its feature set.
Influitive Raises $30.5M In Series B Round. Cloud marketing platform provider Influitive has added $30.5 million in Series B funding. Georgian Partners led the funding round, which also featured participation from OurCrowd, Atlas Venture, Docomo Capital, BDC Capital IT Venture Fund, Hummer Winblad Venture Partners, Illuminate Ventures, Resolute Ventures, Relay Ventures, CommonAngels Ventures and First Round Capital. Influitive noted that it will use the funds to extend its global reach and enhance its marketing platform.
Core Informatics To Accelerate Growth With $17.5 Million Venture Investment Led By Oak HC/FT. Data management software provider Core Informatics has raised $17.5 million in Series B funding led by Oak HC/FT. In addition, existing investors participated in the funding round. The funding will be used to bolster Core Informatics’ cloud-based product development, the company said.
ZeroTurnaround Secures $5M In Series B Financing Led By Bain Capital Ventures. ZeroTurnaround has added $5 million in Series B funding led by Bain Capital Ventures, with participation from Western Technology Investment. The company, which provides a Java integrated development environment plug-in and offers integrations with cloud infrastructure providers, said it will use the funds to hire additional software developers.
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