Trinity Ventures Posts

Warburg Pincus announces majority investment in PayScale of up to $100 million

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Warburg Pincus has announced it has made a majority investment in compensation software service company PayScale as part of a deal worth up to $100 million. PayScale was founded in 2000 and offers customers access to the world’s largest database of individual compensation profiles, which contains more than 40 million salary profiles.

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Preact raises $4.6 million

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Preact has raised $4.6 million in Series A funding led by Trinity Ventures. Preact has released a new software platform that uses behavioral science, machine learning, and big data.

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Act-On raises $42 million

Act-On is a Beaverton, Oregon based marketing automation company that has raised $42 million led by Technology Crossover Ventures with participation from Norwest Venture Partners, Trinity Ventures, US Venture Partners, and Voyager Capital. Act-On has raised a total of $74 million thus far. Act-On was founded in 2008 and has 270 employees today.

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TubeMogul has filed for a $75M IPO

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TubeMogul is a video advertising platform that has filed its S-1, which indicates plans to go public with an offering of up to $75 million. TubeMogul is an ad-buying platform that aggregates premium and transparent inventory sources.

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Blend raises $2.7 million in seed funding

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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.

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ServiceMax raises $71 million in funding

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ServiceMax has raised $71 million in funding, which brings them to a total of $120 million. Based in Pleasanton, California, ServiceMax helps businesses like medical device manufacturers and oil manufacturers manage service appointments. ServiceMax plans to use the funding to expand internationally.
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TeamSnap raises $7.5 million in Series B

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TeamSnap is a service that is used for managing your sports team online. The company has raised $7.5 million in Series B funding led by Foundry Group with participation from existing investors Torstar, Trinity Ventures, Toba Capital and Harris Barton.
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Docker raises $15 million

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Docker is a startup that has designed open-source container technology for developers to quickly move their code to the cloud. Docker has raised $15 million in Series B funding led by Greylock Partners. Existing investors Benchmark Capital and Trinity Ventures also participated in this round. Insight Venture Partners put in a bit of money in this round too. Yahoo! co-founder Jerry Yang jumped in as well. Docker will be using the funding to launch the general availability of the Docker environment and develop commercial services.

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