EHR startup Canvas Medical raises $17M and partners with insurance heavyweight Anthem

EHR startup Canvas Medical raises $17M and partners with insurance heavyweight Anthem

Canvas Medical, an electronic health records (EHR) start-up, today revealed their $17 million Series A and a new partnership with Anthem, among the greatest health insurance companies in the nation. The round was co-led by Motivated Capital and IA Ventures, with participation from Upfront Ventures. This round brings the company’s total funding to date […]
Andrew Hines.”Present EHRs are an office hazard from an ergonomics point of view,” said Hines. The EHR market is incredibly fragmented (there are a number of hundred EHR companies in the U.S.) which makes sharing medical records in between doctors a challenge. Since health insurance coverage declares consist of considerable medical information, insurance business are a trustworthy alternative source for a lot of the essential data about their members.

YC-backed Abacum nets $7M to empower finance groups with real-time data and collaboration tools

SaaS to support mid-sized business ‘monetary preparation with real-time information and native cooperation isn’t the sexiest start-up pitch under the sun but it’s one that’s promptly netted Abacum a lot of significant backers — — including Creandum, which is leading a $7M seed round that’s being revealed today. The rosters of existing financiers likewise taking part in […] Abacum was established last year in the middle of the COVID-19 international lockdown, after what it says was around a year of “deep research study” to feed its product development. The concept with Abacum is to change the need for financing teams to by hand update their models.”We enable faster decisions that were not possible prior to Abacum. Martinez states Abacum picked to focus on mid-market financing teams because they face “more difficulties and inefficiencies” vs the smaller (and larger) ends of the market. Abacum’s slick solution empowers financing teams to be more collaborative, effective and better informed with access to real-time data….

CaptivateIQ raises $46M for its no-code sales commissions platform

CaptivateIQ raises $46M for its no-code sales commissions platform

CaptivateIQ, which has established a no-code platform to help companies develop personalized sales commission strategies, has actually raised $46 million in a Series B round led by Accel. Existing backers Amity, S28 Capital, Sequoia and Y Combinator also participated in the funding, which brings the San Francisco-based business’s total raised to $63 million since its 2017 […] The number of payees — defined as someone receiving a payout in CapitvateIQ’s system — was up four 4 in December 2020 from the year prior.

Left to right: CaptivateIQ co-founders Hubert Wong, Mark Schopmeyer and Conway Teng. In 2020, the start-up saw a bump in the number of non-high-technology business purchasing its software, and as a result, CaptivateIQ is going to increase its efforts into those other verticals, according to Teng. Accel Partner Ben Fletcher stated the pain point of calculating and reporting sales commissions kept coming up amongst portfolio business, with CaptivateIQ frequently referenced.

Revolution Ventures backs Casted in B2B-focused podcast play

Revolution Ventures backs Casted in B2B-focused podcast play

Historically, podcasts have actually been aimed at consumers. The worth to be gotten in the B2B world is something that has been mainly untapped. For Lindsay Tjepkema — — who has been entrenched in the world of B2B marketing for more than 15 years — — the opportunity was massive. In 2019, she founded Casted, an audio [ …] She believes the company’s worth prop goes beyond just offering business a way to get their podcasts out there.”If you’re a podcaster, and you’re doing it to grow a large audience, sell and monetize advertising, the number of downloads is important,”Tjepkema told TechCrunch.”However when you’re a B2B business or a business business, the number of downloads doesn’t assist. Of course, podcasting for B2B marketing makes all the sense in the world when you look at the development of tools that have actually been available to organization online marketers, such as blogs, white papers and webinars,” Golden told TechCrunch.

ConductorOne raises $5M in seed round led by Accel to automate your gain access to requests

ConductorOne raises $5M in seed round led by Accel to automate your gain access to requests

Throughout their professions, Alex Bovee and Paul Querna realized that while making use of SaaS apps and cloud infrastructure was taking off, the procedure to offer staff members consent to use them was not maintaining. The set led No Trust methods and items at Okta, and might see the problem firsthand. For the […] Bovee and Querna recognized that while more organizations were embracing Zero Trust strategies, they were not enacting advantage controls. It’s not unusual for an IT helpdesk queue to be more than 20% gain access to requests, with people requiring immediate access to resources like Salesforce, AWS, or GitHub, according to Bovee.”However that access is never revoked, even if it’s unused,” Bovee stated. Prior to Okta, Bovee led business mobile security product advancement at Lookout.

Kintent captures $4M seed to automate compliance survey procedure

Every tech supplier needs to pass security muster with clients, typically a tiresome activity including answering long surveys. Kintent, a new startup that wants to automate this process, revealed a $4 million seed today led by Tola Capital with assistance from a lot of tech market angel investors. After business co-founder and CEO Sravish Sridhar […] He knew first-hand from his experience at Kinvey, that business like his had to adhere to a lot of compliance standards and the concept for the next company started to form in his head.

Collabio lets you co-edit files without the cloud

Collabio lets you co-edit files without the cloud

Meet Collabio Spaces: An office suite app with a cloudless co-authoring twist that looks helpful if you need to collaborate on documents without having to worry about losing control of your data or the thread of changes. The p2p software lets multiple people co-edit a document locally — from a mobile device or desktop computer […] …

Pipe, which intends to be the ‘Nasdaq for earnings,’ raises more cash at a $2B evaluation

Pipe, which intends to be the ‘Nasdaq for earnings,’ raises more cash at a $2B evaluation

Fast-growing fintech Pipe has raised another round of financing at a $2 billion valuation, simply weeks after raising $50M in development funding, according to sources acquainted with the deal. The round is still continuous, Pipeline has actually supposedly raised $150 million in a “massively oversubscribed” round led by Baltimore, Md.-based Greenspring Associates. While the company […] The increase in valuation is “a substantial step up” from the company’s last raise. Simply a couple of weeks earlier, Miami-based Pipeline announced a new raise– $50 million in “tactical equity funding” from a multitude of high-profile financiers. In the first quarter of 2021, 10s of millions of dollars were traded across the Pipe platform.

Living Security raises $14M for predictive human danger management

Living Security raises $14M for predictive human danger management

Cybersecurity training is one of those things that everybody needs to do however not something everybody necessarily looks forward to. Living Security is an Austin-based start-up out to change cybersecurity training something you anticipate, not dread. And the company has actually simply closed on a $14 million Series B to continue its growth beyond […] Living Security is an Austin-based start-up out to change cybersecurity training something you look forward to, not dread. Living Security launched with its flagship product — Cyber Escape Room. With its”Unify”human danger management platform, Living Security desires to provide an even more scalable solution.

Jeff Bezos’ investment fund is backing a startup wanting to be the AWS for SMB accounting

Jeff Bezos’ investment fund is backing a startup wanting to be the AWS for SMB accounting

One of the greatest pain points for startups and small companies is staying up to date with back workplace jobs such as bookkeeping and managing taxes. QuickBooks, it appears, just does not constantly cut it. Three-time co-founders Waseem Daher, Jeff Arnold, and Jessica McKellar formed Pilot with the objective of economically providing back workplace services to start-ups and […] And Pilot has now also received validation from some big-name investors. Stripe and Index Ventures co-led Pilot’s $40 million Series B in April 2019. Pilot’s pitch is about more than just software. Last year, Pilot completed more than $3 billion in accounting transactions for its consumers, which range from pre-revenue startups to bigger companies with more than $30M of revenue a year.