Mercell, an Oslo, Norway-based e-tendering platform provider, received an investment of undisclosed amount from Viking Venture.
Dogu, a Trondheim, Norway-based provider of SasS based data visualisation solutions, raised $2.4m in funding.
Verdane Capital, an investor and active owner of technology-enabled growth companies in Northern Europe, acquired two companies from early-stage technology investor Skagerak Maturo*.
Exabel, an Oslo, Norway-based developer of an automatic monitoring tool for finance professionals, raised US$4.7M in second seed funding.
Compusoft, a Sarpsborg, Norway-based provider of computer-aided design (“CAD”) software to the kitchen and bathroom retail industries, received an investment from TA Associates, a global growth private equity firm.
Keystone Academic Solutions, an Oslo, Norway-based leader in international student recruitment serving universities and colleges globally, received an unidsclosed investment from Viking Venture, a business to business software as a service investor (B2B SaaS).
Verdane Capital, an investment firm with offices in Copenhagen, Helsinki, London, Oslo and Stockholm, has closed a new fund, at SEK 3 billion.
Kahoot!, an Oslo, Norway-based game-based learning platform, secured $17m in funding.
Boost.ai, a Stavanger, Norway-based provider of chatbots and virtual assistants, closed an up to $5m funding round.
Unacast, a contextual and transparent location data platform, raised $17.5m new funding.
Agrinos AS, an Oslo Norway-based global leader in biological crop nutrition products, completed a $14.7m equity investment.
Aquabyte, a Bergen, Norway- and San Francisco, CA-based startup applying computer vision and machine learning models to optimize fish farming efficiency, raised $3.5M in seed funding.
Evatic AS, a Trondheim, Norway-based service management software provider, received an additional investment from Viking Venture.
Arundo Analytics, a Houston, TX-based software company powering advanced analytics in heavy industry, held an initial closing of $25m on its Series A financing round.
Funcom, an Oslo, Norway-based game developer and publisher, raised $10m in funding.