Outreach is putting more fuel in the tank.
The Seattle startup, one of a handful of “unicorn” companies in the region, just raised a $50 million Series F investment round, increasing its valuation to $1.33 billion and total funding to $289 million. This follows a $114 million round raised at a $1.1 billion valuation in April 2019.
Clutter, a tech-enabled, on-demand storage company that manages the pickup, storage and retrieval of your belongings, today announced that it has closed a $200 million Series D funding round led by SoftBank Vision Fund with participation from Sequoia, Atomico, GV, Fifth Wall and Four Rivers.
More Than 2,400 Companies Use Outreach’s Machine Learning Technology to Generate High-Quality Leads, Close Deals and Retain Customers. Outreach, the leading Customer Engagement Platform, has secured $65 million in Series D financing, more than doubling the company’s valuation over its Series C round.
Salsify, the leading Product Experience Management (PXM) platform empowering brands to deliver compelling shopping experiences for consumers across every digital touchpoint, today announces substantial growth in 2017 across an array of critical business metrics, along with a series of top workplace awards.
If you heard venture investors were pouring tens of millions into storage, you might think it was cloud storage or flash storage. But that’s not the kind of storage we’re talking about with Clutter. The Los Angeles-based startup, which helps customers store their physical belongings like clothing and furniture, has closed a $64 million funding round from big name investors. The series C is led by UK-based Atomico with participation from Sequoia Capital, Google Ventures (GV) and Fifth Wall.
ThousandEyes, the network intelligence company that may not be watching you, but is always watching your network, has raised another $35 million in financing led by Tenaya Capital. The San Francisco-based company also counts new investor Google Ventures and previous investors Sequoia Capital, Sutter Hill Ventures and Salesforce Ventures as backers.
Software analytics firm New Relic (NEWR) soared in its initial public offering Friday, and was trading more than 46% at recent check to $33.66. New Relic raised $115 million ahead of its IPO by pricing shares at $23, up from a previous range of $20 to $22, which itself was an increase from an initial $18 to $20 offering.