Big data company GoodData has raised a big round of $22 million, led by TOTVS Ventures, the investment arm of the big Brazilian enterprise software company TOTVS S.A. Also participating in the round are existing GoodData investors Andreessen Horowitz, General Catalyst Partners, Next World Capital and Tenaya Capital. San Francisco-based GoodData, which helps corporations crunch data generated by SAP and other enterprise software programs, has now raised about $75 million in total funding.
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Networking technology company Cyan posted flat first-day performance in its Thursday IPO. But the offering still stands to deliver moderately positive returns for venture backers, including Norwest Venture Partners and Azure Capital.
Mountain View, Calif.-based Instart Logic has emerged from stealth, announcing a $17 million Series B round. The funding brings the total amount raised by the company to $26 million, which the company is using to create a cloud-based solution to help mobile Web apps operate quicker. Investors include Andreessen Horowitz, Greylock Partners, Sutter Hill Ventures and Tenaya Capital, as well as individual investors from Silicon Valley.
MarkLogic Corp. said it raised a $25 million round of growth capital in a deal led by Sequoia Capital and Tenaya Capital, and joined by Northgate Capital. MarkLogic CEO Gary Bloom also invested in the round. The company, which is developing the NoSQL database, has raised a total of $71.2 million.
Human resources software company SilkRoad has selected JPMorgan Chase & Co and Piper Jaffray Cos to lead an initial public offering later this year, writes Reuters. Founded by serial entrepreneur Flip Filipowski in 2003, the company’s investors include Azure Capital Partners, Tenaya Capital and Foundation Capital.
SaaS-based application management provider New Relic has raised $80 million in mezzanine financing to help the company expand into the mobile market, extend operations to Europe in preparation for a future public offering. Insight Venture Partners led the financing, which also included a major investment from accounts managed by T. Rowe Price Associates, Inc. Other participants included Dragoneer Investment Group LLC, Passport Ventures LLC, and the company’s existing investors Allen & Company, Benchmark Capital, Trinity Ventures and Tenaya Capital.
Kenshoo, a digital marketing software provider, has raised $12 million in a late stage financing round led by Tenaya Capital. Existing investors including Sequoia Capital, Sequoia Growth Fund, and Arts Alliance participated in this latest round.
I took a look at the 17 venture-backed companies that have either conducted IPOs since mid May or filed for intended offerings. Here are the investors holding major stakes in the most deals.
Growth stage investor Tenaya Capital said Tuesday it raised a $372 million sixth fund, its first since spinning out of Lehman Brothers in 2009.