Digital Guardian buys VC-backed Code Green Networks

Digital Guardian has acquired Sunnyvale, California-based Code Green Networks, a provider of data loss prevention solutions for network, cloud and mobile devices. No financial terms were disclosed. Digital Guardian’s investors include GE Pension Trust, Fairhaven Capital and Brookline Venture Partners while Code Green Networks was backed by Bay Partners, SV Angel and Sierra Ventures.


Sikka Software racks up $10.5 mln in OrbiMed-led round

Milpitas, California-based Sikka Software, a retail healthcare cloud platform, has secured $10.5 million in funding. OrbiMed led the round with participation from previous backers Sierra Ventures and ATA Ventures. In conjunction with the funding, Steve Yecies, a venture partner at OrbiMed, has been added to Sikka’s board of directors.


Salesforce acquires smart calendar app Tempo

Mountain View, Calif.-based Tempo AI, which was born out of the research lab SRI International, announced that Salesforce has acquired it and will shut it down on June 30. The acquisition price was not disclosed. Tempo, a venture-backed provider of a smart calendar and productivity app founded in 2011, raised $12.5 million in venture funding, according to CrunchBase. Investors include Eniac Ventures, Mayfield Fund, Qualcomm Ventures, Relay Ventures and Sierra Ventures, among others.


Zimperium scores $12 mln Series B

San Francisco-based Zimperium, a provider of mobile threat defense solutions, has raised $12 million in Series B funding. Telstra led the round with participation from TOYO Corp, Sierra Ventures, Lazarus Israel Opportunities Fund and Samsung.


Sikka Software fetches $5.5 mln

Milpitas, California-based Sikka Software, a retail healthcare cloud platform, has closed $5.5 million in Series B funding. Sierra Ventures led the round with participation from previous backer ATA Ventures. In addition to the funding, Mark Fernandes of Sierra Ventures has been added to Sikka Software’s board of directors.

Roche buys VC-backed Bina Technologies

Roche has acquired Bina Technologies, a Redwood City, Calif.-based big data science platform. No financial terms were disclosed. Bina’s backers included Sierra Ventures and AME Cloud Ventures.


Hired attracts $15 mln Series B

Job marketplace Hired has closed $15 million in Series B funding. The investors were Silicon Valley Bank, Comcast Ventures, Lumia Capital, Crosslink Capital, Sierra Ventures, SoftTech and SherpaVentures. According to the firm, the capital will be used for growth and expansion.

VC-backed ElasticBox names Yahoo’s Kail as a board advisor

ElasticBox has appointed Mike Kail to its board as a strategic advisor. Currently, Kail is CIO and SVP of infrastructure at Yahoo. ElasticBox is a provider of solutions that allow developers and businesses to deploy and manage apps. ElasticBox’s backers include Nexus Venture Partners, Intel Capital and Sierra Ventures.


LeadGenius racks up $6 mln

LeadGenius has received $6 million in Series A funding. Sierra Ventures led the round with participation from a number of investors that included Kapor Capital, Alexis Ohanian, FundersClub, Fuel Capital, Bee Partners, Sam Altman, Scrum Ventures, CRCM and 500 Startups. Based in Berkeley, Calif., LeadGenius provides prospecting solutions for sales organizations.


VC-backed SOASTA appoints former Sierra Ventures partner as CSO

SOASTA said Tuesday that it has hired Gamiel Gran as chief strategy officer. The appointment is effective immediately. Previously, Gran worked at Sierra Ventures where he was a partner. Headquartered in Mountain View, Calif., SOASTA is a provider of cloud and mobile testing solutions. Its backers include Macquarie Capital, ROTH Capital, Canaan Partners, Formative Ventures and Pelion Venture Partners.


Rithmio bags $650K

Champaign, Illinois-based gesture recognition platform Rithmio said Thursday that it has received $650,000 in seed funding. Marcin Kleczynski, CEO of Malwarebytes, led the round with participation from other investors that included Illinois Ventures, Techra Investments, Hyde Park Venture Partners, Serra Ventures, BonaVentura and Fox Ventures.


Matrix Partners leads Series A round for Kinnek

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.


Rembrandt Venture Partners leads $22 mln Series D funding in Appcelerator

Rembrandt Venture Partners has led a $22 million Series D funding round in Appcelerator, which provides an enterprise mobile engagement platform. Other participants in the funding round include new investor Union Grove Venture Partners, and existing investors Storm Ventures, Sierra Ventures, Mayfield Fund, Translink Capital, Relay Ventures and EDB Investments.

Sierra Ventures leads $2.3 mln Series A funding in Qeexo

Sierra Ventures has led a $2.3 million Series A funding round in Qeexo, which develops touch technology. Qeexo will use the funding to accelerate market adoption of FingerSense, mobile software that distinguishes between touchscreen input from a fingertip, knuckle, nail or stylus.

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