VC-backed PulsePoint picks up $30 mln from SVB

Silicon Valley Bank has provided $30 million in debt financing to PulsePoint. Based in New York City, PulsePoint is a programmatic advertising platform. PulsePoint’s backers include Draper Fisher Jurvetson, Gotham Ventures, New Atlantic Ventures, Investor Growth Capital, Updata Partners and VantagePoint Capital Partners.


VC-backed Q4 Web Systems buys Oxford Intelligence Partners

Q4 Web Systems has acquired Oxford Intelligence Partners, a provider of stock market intelligence and quantitative trading analytics for investor relations professionals and institutional investors. No financial terms were disclosed. Q4 Web Systems’ is backed by Plaza Ventures, Atlas Venture and Silicon Valley Bank.


Providence Medical Technology scores $12 mln

Lafayette, California-based Providence Medical Technology Inc, a provider of cervical spine technology, has raised $12 million in funding. The investors included Stanmore Medical Investments and Aphelion Capital. Also, Silicon Valley Bank provided undisclosed debt financing. In addition to the funding, Providence Medical Technology has named Jason Hoffman as vice president of global sales.


Ocata fetches up to $10 mln from SVB

Silicon Valley Bank has agreed to provide a loan facility of up to $10 million to Ocata Therapeutics Inc. Based in Marlborough, Massachusetts, Ocata is a biotech company focused on regenerative ophthalmology.

Catchpoint takes in $16 mln Series C

New York City-based Catchpoint Systems Inc, a provider of web and infrastructure performance monitoring solutions, has closed $16 million in Series C funding. The investors were Battery Ventures and Silicon Valley Bank.


Mobile retail app ShopJester grabs $600K seed

San Francisco-based mobile retail app Just Sales, which is rebranding as ShopJester, has secured $600,000 in seed funding. The investors included company co-founders Bob Pack, a former vice president of sales at NetZero and Roger Smith, former CEO of Silicon Valley Bank.


Redis Labs raises $15 mln from Bain, Carmel, SVB

Redis Labs said it raised $15 million of Series B financing in a deal led by Bain Capital Ventures and Carmel Ventures. Silicon Valley Bank also participated by providing venture debt. The new round of funding brings the total raised by the company, a commercial provider of database services and software using the Redis in-memory NoSQL database, to $28 million.


8tracks scores $2.5 mln from SVB

8tracks has raised $2.5 million in debt funding from Silicon Valley Bank. Based in San Francisco, 8tracks helps music listeners create their own playlists.


TTV Capital leads $6 mln round for Springbot

Atlanta-based Springbot, an ecommerce marketing platform for small to mid-sized online businesses, has secured $6 million in funding. TTV Capital led the round with participation from other investors that included TechOperators and Silicon Valley Bank. In addition to the funding, Mark Johnson, a partner at TTV Capital, has been added to Springbot’s board of directors.


Plotly nets $5.5 mln

Montreal-based data science platform provider Plotly has secured $5.5 million in funding. The investors in this round were MHS Capital, Siemens Venture Capital, Rho Ventures, Real Ventures and Silicon Valley Bank.


FloSports buys Full Count Softball, also snags $3 mln from SVB

Austin, Texas-based sports media company FloSports has acquired fast-pitch softball news provider Full Count Softball. No financial terms were disclosed. In addition to the acquisition, FloSports has secured $3 million in venture debt from Silicon Valley Bank. FloSports is backed by Causeway Media Partners.


Samanage nets $16 mln Series B

Samanage, an enterprise service desk software provider, has raised $16 million in Series B funding. Marker LLC and Vintage Investment Partners led the round with participation from return backers Carmel Ventures, Gemini Israel Ventures and Silicon Valley Bank.


Ahalogy nets $8 mln

Cincinnati-based Pinterest marketing platform Ahalogy has raised $8 million in funding. The investors included JobsOhio, Silicon Valley Bank, Origin Ventures, Hyde Park Venture Partners, CincyTech, North Coast Angel Fund, Vine Street Ventures and Drummond Road Capital.

Miller joins SVB Financial’s board

Mary John Miller, the former Under Secretary for Domestic Finance for the U.S. Department of the Treasury, was named to SVB Financial Group’s board of directors. SVB is the parent company of Silicon Valley Bank, which focuses on lending to technology startups.


VC-backed ClassPass buys Fitmob

ClassPass has acquired San Francisco-based Fitmob, a developer of an app that connects users with workouts in their area. No financial terms were disclosed. ClassPass is backed by investors that include General Catalyst and Thrive Capital while Fitmob’s backers included Mayfield Fund and Silicon Valley Bank.


Amplience pulls in $10.5 mln Series B

Amplience, a provider of online shopping solutions, has raised $10.5 million in Series B funding. Octopus Investments led the round with participation from other investors that included Northstar Ventures and Silicon Valley Bank.

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