Cloud Technology Partners amasses $3.5 mln

Boston-based Cloud Technology Partners, a provider of cloud computing consulting services, has closed $3.5 million in funding. Pritzker Group Venture Capital and Oak Investment Partners led the round.

Marketing tech platform RadiumOne collects $54 mln

San Francisco-based RadiumOne, a marketing technology platform for brands and agencies, has raised $54 million in funding. Harmony Partners led the round with participation from Industry Ventures, Adams Street Partners, Crosslink Capital, Trinity Ventures and DFJ Espirit. RBC Capital Markets served as placement agent for the transaction.


Thoma Bravo ups two to principal

Thoma Bravo has promoted Arvindh Kumar and Chip Virnig to principal. Previously, Kumar and Virnig were vice presidents. Prior to joining Thoma Bravo, Kumar worked at a number of firms that included Prospect Capital Management, BC Partners and Morgan Stanley while Virnig worked in Merrill Lynch & Co’s investment banking group.

PE-owned NEP files for IPO

Pittsburgh-based mobile teleproduction services provider NEP Group Inc has filed for an IPO. The number of shares that will be sold as well as the stock’s pricing terms have yet to be set. The company plans on listing the stock on the New York Stock Exchange under the ticker symbol “NEPG.” Barclays and Morgan Stanley are serving as the lead underwriters. NEP is owned by Crestview Partners.

Garrison Investment and Wells Fargo back Peak Rock’s recap of ProFusion

Garrison Investment Group LP and Wells Fargo Capital have supported Peak Rock Capital‘s recapitalization of ProFusion Industries, a maker of transit matting, protective linings and custom design specialty film products. Garrison provided a $21 million credit facility while Wells Fargo Capital Finance provided $10 million in financing.

PWP Growth Equity invests in MSA Security

PWP Growth Equity has made an undisclosed investment in MSA Security. Based in New York City, MSA Security is a provider of explosive detection services and high-risk intruder countermeasures.

MakeTime snags $2.65 mln Series A

Lexington, Kentucky-based MakeTime, an online machine marketplace, has raised $2.65 million in Series A funding. Almaz Capital led the round with participation from Kentucky Science & Technology Corporation. Concurrent with the funding, Daniil Stolyarov of Almaz Capital has been added to MakeTime’s board of directors.

SimplyInsured takes in $5.9 mln Series A

San Francisco-based SimplyInsured, a small business health insurance marketplace and administrative platform, has raised $5.9 million in Series A funding. The investors included Polaris Partners, Bessemer Venture Partners, Altair.VC and Corazon Capital. Also, Gary Swart of Polaris Venture Partners has been added to SimplyInsured’s board of directors.

GFO hires Parks as CEO

Engine oil additive maker GFO Oil LLC has appointed Michael Parks as CEO. A spin-out of Colorado Research Technologies LLC, GFO is backed by venture fund Novus Via LP. Previously, Parks led maintenance operations at Kelley Amerit Fleet Solutions.

3D printing service Shapeways snaps up $30 mln

New York City-based Shapeways, a 3D printing service and marketplace, has raised $30 million in funding. INKEF Capital led the round with participation from Hewlett Packard Ventures, Presidio Ventures, Andreessen Horowitz, Union Square Ventures, Index Ventures and Lux Capital. In conjunction with the funding, Robert Jan Galema of INKEF Capital has been named to the Shapeways board.

Venafi fetches $39 mln

Cyber security firm Venafi has secured $39 million in funding. QuestMark Partners led the round with participation from other investors that included Intel Capital and Silver Lake Waterman.

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