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SecurityScorecard, the global leader in security ratings, announced today that the company has completed a $180 million Series E preferred stock financing round with participation by new investors including Silver Lake Waterman, funds and accounts advised by T. Rowe Price Associates, Inc., Kayne Anderson Rudnick, and Fitch Ventures, as well as existing investors Evolution Equity Partners, Accomplice, Riverwood Capital, Intel Capital, NGP Capital, AXA Venture Partners, GV (Google Ventures), and Boldstart Ventures. This round brings SecurityScorecard’s total funding to more than $290 million.

SecurityScorecard offers the market leading platform for security ratings and is utilized globally by thousands of companies…

In 2014, Jeroen Speekenbrink and Allard Buijze were working at Trifork, an IT consultancy. A strange thing was happening: Axon Framework, an open source framework built by Allard back in 2009 as a side project, benefitted from exponential growth in downloads. After giving it a thought, they finally decided to spin-off and create their own company in 2017, with the support of Trifork and an initial investment from Volta Ventures.

Trifork (formerly JTeam) wasn’t just any consultancy. Though you’ve probably never heard of it, you’ve heard of Elasticsearch, a company which they spun-off and with whom Jeroen and Allard shared…

Idelic, Inc., a Pittsburgh-based leader in commercial trucking analytics and driver management solutions, has announced the close of its Series B fundraising round, a $20 million raise led by Highland Capital Partners with participation from AXA Venture Partners. Additional participants in the round included previous investors Birchmere Ventures, Origin Ventures, TDF Ventures, and SaaS Venture Capital. In conjunction with the financing, Craig Driscoll of Highland Capital Partners will be joining Idelic’s Board of Directors.

“That’s a massive goal that has huge implications for the transportation industry and society in general. …

At AVP, 2020 has been, like for everyone else, a year of stress and of uncertainty, and also a year during which we have learned a lot.

Now that we’ve started another year, we asked our team their perspectives on what were the main themes in 2020 and which one they believe will carry over into 2021, as well as new trends and technologies they think will emerge. Many of the biggest and most significant trends of 2020 are poised to grow in 2021, as the coronavirus pandemic continues to transform and impact almost every aspect of our lives.

Gravie, the pioneer of defined contribution healthcare, today announced that they have raised $28 million in a Series D round of financing led by AXA Venture Partners (AVP), with participation from existing investors FirstMark Capital, Split Rock Ventures and Revelation Partners. The capital will be used to fuel Gravie’s continued growth through investments in product and technology, sales and marketing, and expansion into new markets through new and existing distribution channels.

“We are excited to partner with AXA Venture Partners in our mission to heal our broken healthcare system,” said Abir Sen, co-founder and Executive Chairman of Gravie. “Over the…

Valera Health, a tele-behavioral health service that provides personalized team-based clinical care, announced the closing of a $3.8M round led by AXA Venture Partners (AVP) with participation from Windham Ventures, Figure Eight Investments, and notable mental health expert Tom Insel, MD, former Director of the National Institute of Mental Health. Existing investors TWC and James Nahirny also participated in the round. The new financing brings the company’s total funding to $9M. Manish Agarwal, General Partner at AVP, will be joining Valera’s board as a member. The new capital will fund strategic market expansion and support the growth of existing services.

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