Business intelligence software provider Sisense said on Wednesday it raised $80 million, bringing the total amount invested in the Israeli company to about $200 million.
Sisense, a company that helps customers understand and visualize their data across multiple sources, announced an $80 million Series E investment today led by Insight Venture Partners. They also announced that Zack Urlocker, former COO at Duo Security and Zendesk, has joined the organization's board of directors. The company has attracted a prestigious list of [...]
Atrium, the startup that digitizes legal documents, announced on Monday (Sept. 10) that it has raised $65 million in venture funding. In a blog post, Atrium Chief Executive Justin Kan said the round of funding was led by Andreessen Horowitz. Other investors to participate in the round of fundraising included General Catalyst, YC Continuity Fund [...]
Let the computers do the legal busy work so attorneys can focus on complex problem solving for their clients. That's the lucrative idea behind Atrium LTS, Twitch co-founder Justin Kan's machine learning startup that digitizes legal documents and builds applications on top to speed up fundraising, commercial contracts, equity distribution, and employment issues. For example, one of its apps automatically turns startup funding documents into Excel cap tables. Automating expensive legal labor has led to a rapid rise to 110 employees and 250 clients for Atrium, including startups like Bird and MessageBird.
In order to add a leadership team in Bengaluru and made its way to the US markets, big data analytics... The post Big Data Analytics Startup Iqlect Raises $2.5 Mn Build A Bridge To US Markets appeared first on Inc42 Media.
Businesses have sunk a lot of money into software tools to analyze the reams of data they're generating, in search of insights that might help them increase sales or cut costs. But analytics tools don't work effectively unless the data can be easily retrieved from a company's disparate systems and storage locations, and the information [...]
For the underskilled, it could mean yet another threat to their jobs. : Marc Andreessen, venture capitalist and one of the pioneers of the world wide web, once declared: "The spread of computers and the internet will put jobs in two categories. People who tell computers what to do, and people who are told by computers what to do."Andreessen has since repudiated this declaration, and taken a more optimistic stance.
Kyligence, which is headquartered in Shanghai and US, has so far raised $25 million in total. The post Eight Roads leads $15m round for Chinese data analytics firm Kyligence appeared first on DealStreetAsia.
Hailo Raises $12.5 Million Series A Round to Develop Deep Learning Processor for Embedded AI Applications TEL AVIV, Israel, June 5, 2018-- Hailo, a company developing a proprietary chip for deep learning on edge devices, today announced the completion of a $12.5 million Series A round. The company's investors include Ourcrowd.com, Maniv Mobility, the Drive accelerator fund: Next Gear; as well as angel investors, Hailo Chairman Zohar Zisapel and Delek Motors CEO Gil Agmon. The company will use the funding to further develop its deep learning processor, which will deliver datacenter processing capacity to edge devices.
For the longest time, chips were a little bit boring. But the revolution in deep learning has now opened the market for startups that build specialty chips to accelerate deep learning and model evaluation. Among those is Israel-based Hailo, which is building deep learning chips for embedded devices. The company today announced that it has raised a $12 million Series A round. Investors include Israeli crowdfunding platform OurCrowd, Maniv Mobility, Next Gear, and a number of angel investors, including Hailo's own chairman Zohar Zisapel and Delek Motors' Gil Agmon.