Tamr is a Cambridge-based “big data” startup that has raised $16 million in funding from Google Ventures and New Enterprise Associates. Tamr was co-founded by Andy Palmer, who previously helped launch operational database startup VoltDB. Palmer also founded Koa Labs, which is a co-working space in Cambridge.
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MuleSoft is a San Francisco based enterprise technology company that integrates business applications. MuleSoft has raised $50 million in a new round of funding co-led by New Enterprise Associates, Lightspeed Venture Partners, and Meritech Capital. Cisco Systems, Salesforce.com, SAP Ventures, Morgenthaler Ventures, Hummer Winblad Venture Partners, and Bay Partners also participated in this round.
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Blend is a social networking app for college students that has raised $2.7 million in funding from New Enterprise Associates with participation from Trinity Ventures, Foundation Capital, Lerer Ventures, Maveron, BoxGroup, XG Ventures, and SparkLabs Global Ventures.
Opower has filed for an IPO, but the number of shares that will be sold and the pricing terms of the offering have not been determined yet. Opower will trade under the ticker symbol “OPWR.” Morgan Stanley and Goldman Sachs will be the lead underwriters. Opower is a cloud solutions company that focuses on the utility sector. Some of Opower’s investors include New Cycle Capital, New Enterprise Associates, Accel Partners and Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers.
Kensho has announced today that they have raised $10 million in seed funding from General Catalyst, NEA, Accel Partners, Google Ventures and Devonshire Investors. Kensho offers cloud-based computer solutions for answering financial and market research questions. Kensho is known for developing a virtual market research assistant called “Warren.”
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Moda Operandi is a luxury fashion e-commerce company that has raised $22 million in funding from existing investors. Based in New York, Moda Operandi expanded rapidly in the past year. Moda Operandi started to recently offer online boutique selling in-season items. Previous investors in Moda Operandi include New Enterprise Associates, New Atlantic Ventures, Manatt Venture Fund, RRE Ventures, Conde Nast and LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton.