PC gaming service Raptr inks $14 mln

Mountain View, California-based PC gaming service Raptr has secured $14 million in funding. The investors were Advanced Micro Devices, Accel Partners, DAG Ventures and Tenaya Capital.


Norwest leads funding round for Health Catalyst

Health Catalyst, a provider of healthcare data warehousing services, announced it has raised $70 million in new funding, bringing the total amount raised by the Salt Lake City-based company to $170 million. Existing investor Norwest Venture Partners led the latest round, which included other previous investors Sequoia Capital, Kaiser Permanente Ventures, Sorenson Capital, CHV Capital and Partners HealthCare. New investors Sands Capital Ventures, Tenaya Capital, Epic Ventures and Leavitt Equity Partners also participated.


SOLS rakes in $11.1 mln Series B

SOLS, a provider of 3D printing and custom mass-manufacturing technology, has closed $11.1 million in Series B funding. The investors included Founders Fund, Lux Capital, Tenaya Capital and Melo7 Tech Partners. In addition to the funding, SOLS has named Terdema Ussery, president and CEO of the Dallas Mavericks, to its board of directors.


Revinate nets $15.34 mln Series B

San Francisco-based Revinate, a provider of hospitality solutions, has closed $15.34 million in Series B funding. The investors included Tenaya Capital, Northgate Capital, Industry Ventures, Benchmark, Formation 8 and Tao Capital Partners. In conjunction with the funding, Brian Melton, a managing director at Tenaya Capital, has been added to Revinate’s board of directors.


VC-backed CloudPassage recruits Thomas as CEO

San Francisco-based cybersecurity company CloudPassage has named Robert Thomas as CEO. Thomas will also join the board of directors. Previously, Thomas worked at Infloblox where he served as CEO. In addition to this appointment, CloudPassage has tapped founding CEO Carson Sweet as chief strategy officer and board chairman. CloudPassage’s backers include Benchmark Capital, Meritech Capital Partners, Tenaya Capital, Shasta Ventures and Musea Ventures.


Taykey collects $15 mln

Trends-based advertising solutions provider Taykey has raised $15 million in funding. The investors included Innovation Endeavors, MSR Capital, SoftBank Capital, Sequoia Capital, Marker LLC and Tenaya Capital.


Capriza nets $27 mln Series C

Capriza has raised $27 million in Series C funding. The investors were Andreessen Horowitz, Charles River Ventures, Tenaya Capital. Harmony Partners and Allen & Company. Headquartered in Palo Alto, Calif., Capriza is an enterprise mobility platform provider.


Sequoia Capital leads $25 mln Series D funding round in Druva

Sequoia Capital has led a $25 million Series D funding round in Druva, a data protection business. Other participants in the funding include Nexus Venture Partners and Tenaya Capital. The funding round comes 10 months after the company raised $25 million in Series C funding from the same investors. Druva has raised a total of $67 million since 2010.


Greycroft promotes Ansari to principal

Greycroft Partners has promoted Kamran Ansari to principal. Ansari has worked to develop Greycroft’s financial technology practice and played important roles in several deals, including three that exited in the past year. He joined Greycroft in 2012 after working as head of corporate and business development at MyYearbook/MeetMe. Prior to that, he worked as an investor at Oak Hill Capital and Lehman Brothers Venture Partners where he was on the founding team of the successor fund, Tenaya Capital.


Avere picks up $20 mln Series D

Avere Systems said Thursday that it has raised $20 million in Series D funding. Western Digital Capital led the round with participation from return backers Lightspeed Venture Partners, Menlo Ventures, Norwest Venture Partners and Tenaya Capital. Based in Pittsburgh, Avere is a provider of hybrid cloud solutions.

Smartling names CFO

Smartling has hired Adi Dehejia as chief financial officer. Previously, Dehejia was the CFO for Rhapsody International. Based in New York City, Smartling is a provider of cloud-based translation software solutions. It is backed by Tenaya Capital, First Round Capital, IDG Ventures, U.S. Venture Partners, Venrock and Harmony Partners.


VC-backed AgilOne adds two to staff

AgilOne has appointed Ted Farrell as chief technology officer and Dan Moore as vice president of customer success. Previously, Farrell worked at Badgeville where he served as chief technology officer while Moore worked at RightScale. Based in Mountain View, Calif., AgilOne is a cloud-based predictive marketing platform. Its backers include Tenaya Capital. Next World Capital, Four Rivers Group, Sequoia Capital and Mayfield Fund.

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