Canva, an online design platform, has received $6 million in funding, the company announced on its site. The investors included Matrix Partners, Shasta Ventures, Blackbird Ventures and AirTree Ventures. To read the post, visit here.
New York City-based human resources platform Namely has secured $11 million in funding. Matrix Partners led the round with participation from True Ventures, Lerer Hippeau Ventures, Greenspring Global Partners and Vayner/RSE.
Cambridge, Massachusetts-based big data analytics company Sqrrl has raised $7 million in Series B funding. Rally Ventures led the round with participation from previous backers Atlas Venture and Matrix Partners.
Conductor, a provider of web presence solutions, has raised $27 million in Series D funding. Catalyst Investors led the round with participation from FirstMark Capital, Matrix Partners, Investor Growth Capital and Blue Cloud Ventures.
CloudBees Inc, which provides continuous delivery solutions, has closed $23.5 million in funding in a round led by existing backer Lightspeed Venture Partners. Other investors included Matrix Partners, Verizon Ventures and Blue Cloud Ventures.
San Jose, California-based infrastructure firm Fastback Networks has received $15 million in Series C funding. Harmony Partners led the round with participation from return backers Foundation Capital, Granite Ventures, Juniper Networks and Matrix Partners.
Qualtré has received $9 million in funding. The backers include Alps Electric, Matrix Partners and Pilot House Ventures. Headquartered in Marlborough, Mass., Qualtré is a producer of BAW silicon MEMS inertial sensors.
Mobile advertising platform Adelphic has raised $11 million in Series B funding. Blue Chip Venture Company led the round with participation from return backers Matrix Partners and Google Ventures.
Huddle, a provider of a cloud-based content management and collaboration platform, has raised a $51 million Series D round of funding led by Zouk Capital.
New York-based Namely, a human resources and payroll platform, has secured $12 million in Series B funding, a company spokesperson for the firm confirmed. Matrix Partners led the round with participation from True Ventures, Lerer Ventures and Bullpen Capital. In conjunction with the funding, David Skok, a general partner at Matrix, has been added to Namely’s board.
Loggly has closed $15 million in Series C financing. Harmony Partners led the with participation from return backers Matrix Partners, Trinity Ventures, Cisco, Data Collective and True Ventures. Based in San Francisco, Loggly is a provider of log management solutions.
According to a blog post on its site, Meteor, an open-source platform for building web apps, has acquired database startup FathomDB. No financial terms were disclosed. Also, Justin Santa Barbara, the creator of FathomDB, will join Meteor’s team to lead its real-time data efforts. FathomDB was seeded by Y Combinator. Meteor’s backers include Data Collective, Andreessen Horowitz, Matrix Partners and Webb Investment Network. To read the announcement, visit here.
Lever has received $10 million in Series A funding, according to a blog post on its site. Matrix Partners led the round. In addition to the funding, Dana Stalder, general partner at Matrix, will be joining Lever’s board. Based in San Francisco, Lever is a hiring and talent management platform provider. To read the announcement, visit here.
San Francisco-based team feedback platform 15 Five has secured $2.2 million in follow-on seed funding. The investors included Point Nine Capital and Matrix Partners.
Kinnek said Monday that it has received $10 million in Series A funding. Matrix Partners led the round with participation from return backers that included Sierra Ventures, Version One Ventures, Naval Ravikant, CrunchFund and TriplePoint Ventures. Based in New York City, Kinnek helps small businesses find suppliers and manage purchasing.
Matrix Partners and NetEase led a $3 million seed funding round in AssetAvenue, an online peer-to-peer commercial real estate investment and borrowing platform. Additional investors in the funding include Vectr Ventures; Russ Meyer; Bam Ventures and Launchpad LA.
Marketing software provider HubSpot Inc, which has raised about $100 million in venture capital, on Monday registered for an initial public offering. The filing shows that VCs own 66 percent of the company, led by General Catalyst Partners, which owns about 27 percent.