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Austin-based Cloudsnap, an integration startup that connects web apps, has secured $1.8 million in funding. Active Capital and Mercury Fund led the round.
New Jersey-based Analytical Wizards, a healthcare analytics firm, has secured Series A funding from Sopris Capital. No financial terms were disclosed.
Rightway Healthcare, a New York-based enterprise healthcare platform, has raised $20 million in Series B funding. Thrive Capital led the round.
Tel Aviv-based Perimeter 81, a provider of network security solutions, has raised an undisclosed amount of Series A funding. SonicWall was the lead investor.
Automation Anywhere, a provider of robotic process automation solutions, has raised $290 million in Series B funding. Salesforce Ventures led the round with participation from other investors that included SoftBank Investment Advisers and Goldman Sachs.
Toronto-based EBT Medical, a pelvic health startup, has secured US$10 million in Series A funding. SV Health Investors and Genesys Capital led the round. The capital will be used for expansion, product development and general administrative purposes.
N3twork, a games, media and tech company, has raised $40 million in Series C financing. The investors were Griffin Gaming Partners, Galaxy Digital Capital, KPCB Holdings, Korea Investment Partners, TABLE, Blue Planet Software and Ocean Road. As part of the round, former Lionsgate Interactive President and Griffin Partner Peter Levin has joined N3twork's board of directors.
BigPanda Inc, a provider of an autonomous operations platform, has raised $50 million in Series C funding. Insight Partners led the round with participation from return backers Sequoia, Battery Ventures and Mayfield.
Redwood City, California-based GenapSys Inc, a provider of electronic sequencing technology, has secured $90 million in funding. Foresite Capital led the round.
Munich and New York-based Celonis, a provider of process mining and process excellence software, has raised approximately $290 million in Series C funding. Arena Holdings led the round.

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