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AtTask, a Software-As-A-Service project and work management solutions provider has closed a growth round of capital, raising a total of $17 million. The round was led by Baltimore-based Greenspring Associates, which has been an existing shareholder of AtTask since December 2009. The round includes Escalate Capital, University Venture Fund and Domo‘s Josh James.
Greenspring Associates said it closed Greenspring Global Partners V, L.P., a $356 million global venture capital fund-of-funds. The fund found strong participation from existing investors and added a select number of new institutional investors.
Social gaming company Digital Chocolate Inc. has closed on a $5 million venture loan from NXT Capital‘s Venture Finance Group. The company, based in San Mateo, Calif., is backed by investors including Sutter Hill Ventures, Intel Capital, Bridgescale, DN Capital, Outlook Ventures and Greenspring Associates.
California-based IntegenX Inc., maker of DNA identification technology, raised a $40 million Series C round led by new investor Essex Woodlands. Domain Associates, QuestMark Partners, Greenspring Associates, Cross Creek Capital, RONAholdings LLC, Samsung Ventures, and strategic partner In-Q-Tel also participated in the funding. Joining the company’s Board of Directors are Ronald Eastman of Essex Woodlands and Ben Shapiro of QuestMark Partners, the statement said.
Sensors for Medicine and Science Inc., a Maryland-based medical device company, has raised $54.1 million in Series D financing. New investors Delphi Ventures led the round, which included participation from existing shareholders New Enterprise Associates, HealthCare Ventures, Anthem Capital and Greenspring Associates.
Greenspring Associates led a $10 million round for Kareo Inc., a maker of cloud-based practice management and medical billing software. OpenView Venture Partners, Western Technology Investment and angel investor Travis Kalanick also participated in the round. The money will be used to expand sales and marketing, and for product development.
Restaurant ordering and delivery service GrubHub has raised $50 million in Series E financing, enabling it to bolster its mobile development efforts and acquire New York-based Dotmenu, the parent company of Campusfood and Allmenus. Lightspeed Ventures led the round, with participation Mesirow Financial, Benchmark Capital, Greenspring Associates and DAG Ventures. Terms of the acquisition were not released.