Reverie Language Technologies, a Bengaluru, India-based local language technologies company, raised $4m in series A funding.
Infinite Analytics, a Cambridge, MA-based provider of predictive analytics technology, received a funding of undisclosed amount.
Modernizing Medicine, Inc., a Boca Raton, Florida-based provider of an electronic medical record (EMR) system, secured a $10m long-term credit facility from Silicon Valley Bank (SVB).
Cleantech Invest, a Helsinki, Finland-based investment and development company focused on clean energy and efficient use of natural resources, received a Series A minority investment of undisclosed amount.
ConnXus, a Mason, OH-based supplier diversity management software company, closed a $2.5m funding round.
Wiselike, a San Francisco, CA-based Knowledge-sharing platform, secured $1.25m in seed funding.
Dubsmash, the Berlin, Germany-based viral video messaging app that lets users create and share dubbed selfie videos, raised $5.5m in Series A funding.
DropKaffe, a Bangalore, India-based online startup that delivers brewed coffee and refreshments, raised $300k in seed funding.
Water Planet (formerly known as Water Planet Engineering), a Los Angeles, California-based developer of water treatment membrane products and solutions, received a Series B round of funding.
McRock iNFund LP, an Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) venture capital fund managed by McRock Capital, held a final fund closing at just over $65m.
We Are Briqs, a London, UK-based fintech startup, raised seed funding from a member of the Restoration Alpha Angels network.
Farm Dog Technologies, a Tel Aviv, Israel-based provider of precision agriculture solutions for small and medium-sized farms, raised $750K in seed funding.
Credo Semiconductor, a Milpitas, California-based developer of Serializer-Deserializer (SerDes) technology, raised over $8m in Series A funding.
Prenav, a San Carlos, CA-based developer of an automated system to capture data about the world’s infrastructure using small aerial robots, raised $1.2M in seed funding.
Almalence Inc., an Austin, Texas-based developer of a computational imaging platform, received an investment from Intel Capital, Intel’s global investment organization.