Hazelcast $21.5M – Series C San Francisco-based Collective Health is a company providing an alternative to traditional health insurance. Founded by Ali Diab, and Rajaie Batniji in 2013, Collective Health has now raised a total of $434M and is backed by investors that include Founders Fund, GV, New Enterprise Associates, Rock Health, and SoftBank. Palo Alto-based Mattermost provides enterprise-grade messaging solutions. Founded by Corey Hulen, and Ian Tien in 2011, Mattermost has now raised a total of $70M and is backed by investors that include Battery Ventures, Redpoint, S28 Capital, StartX (Stanford-StartX Fund), and Y Combinator. New York-based Tamara Mellon offers apparel and accessories for women. Founded by Jill Layfield and Tamara Mellon in 2010, Tamara Mellon has now raised a total of $90.49M and is backed by investors that include Arab Angel Fund, Centricus, New Enterprise Associates, and Quadrille Capital. San Francisco-based Tally is a financial automation company that helps users manage multiple credit cards. Founded by Jason Brown and Jasper Platz in 2015, Tally Technologies has now raised a total of $92M and is backed by investors that include Andreessen Horowitz, Kleiner Perkins, Shasta Ventures, Silicon Valley Bank, and Sway Ventures. Acutus Medical $100M – Series D Seattle-based Xealth is a platform for digital health, enabling clinicians to prescribe and monitor digital tools from within the EHR workflow. Founded by Aaron Sheedy, Eric Fu, Mike McSherry, and Sundar Balasubramanian in 2015, Xealth has now raised a total of $22.5M and is backed by investors that include Atrium Health, Cleveland Clinic, DFJ, Novartis, and Threshold. 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Founded by Apoorv Agarwal, and Omar Haroun in 2014, Text IQ has now raised a total of $15.6M and is backed by investors that include Alchemist Accelerator, FirstMark, FLOODGATE, and Sierra Ventures. Arrive Logistics $25M – Series B The Weekly Notable Startup Funding Report: 6/24/19 by Reza Chowdhury Tally Technologies $50M – Series C Mattermost $50M – Series B San Diego-based Acutus Medical develops medical technologies to treat complex cardiac arrhythmia. Founded by Randy Werneth in 2011, Acutus Medical has now raised a total of $235.68M and is backed by investors that include 8VC, GE Ventures, Index Ventures, Opaleye Management, and Royalties Fund. Scottsdale-based SmartRent is an enterprise home automation and internet of things platform for the multifamily industry. Founded by Lucas Haldeman in 2017, SmartRent has now raised a total of $41.5M and is backed by investors that include Bain Capital Ventures, Essex Property Trust, RET Ventures, Starwood Capital Group, and UDR. San Francisco-based Postman offers a platform for developers or enterprise to build, test, and debug their APIs. Founded by Abhijit Kane, Abhinav Asthana, and Ankit Sobti in 2014, Postman has now raised a total of $58M and is backed by investors that include CRV and Nexus Venture Partners. San Francisco-based Valimail offers a comprehensive solution to stop fake email, protecting brands, and helping ensure compliance. Founded by Alexander Garcia-Tobar, and Peter Goldstein in 2015, Valimail has now raised a total of $84M and is backed by investors that include Bloomberg Beta, Flybridge Capital Partners, Insight Partners, Shasta Ventures, and Tenaya Capital. Druva $130M – Series G token $16.5M – Series B Postman $50M – Series B Bubble $6.25M – Seed Valimail $45M – Series C Tamara Mellon $50M – Series C Text IQ $12.6M – Series A Expel $40M – Series C San Francisco-based Token creates bank-hosted payment system specifically designed for the digital era. Founded by Marten Nelson, Steve Kirsch, and Yobie Benjamin in 2015, token has now raised a total of $35M and is backed by investors that include EQT Ventures, Octopus Ventures, OP Financial Group, Opera Tech Ventures, and Plug and Play. Collective Health $205M – Series E Austin-based Arrive Logistics is a carrier and customer-centric logistics company. Founded by Eric Dunigan, Manish Patel, and Matt Pyatt in 2014, Arrive Logistics has now raised a total of $35M and is backed by investors that include Lead Edge Capital. Xealth $3M – Series A 219SHARESFacebookTwitterLinkedin SmartRent $32M – Series B Palo Alto-based Hazelcast is a provider of an open-source in-memory computing platform used for caching, stream processing, and microservices. Founded by Enes Akar, Fuad Malikov, Mehmet Dogan, and Talip Ozturk in 2008, Hazelcast has now raised a total of $35.08M and is backed by investors that include Bain Capital Ventures, C5 Capital, Capital One Growth Ventures, Earlybird Venture Capital, and Striim. GoTenna $24M – Series C Herndon-based Expel provides transparent managed security. Founded by Dave Merkel, Justin Bajko, and Yanek Korff in 2016, Expel has now raised a total of $67.5M and is backed by investors that include Battery Ventures, Greycroft, Index Ventures, New Enterprise Associates, and Scale Venture Partners. Notable startup fundings for the week ending 6/22/19 featuring funding details for Expel, SmartRent, Bubble, and much much more.PREVIOUS POSTNEXT POST New York-based Bubble is a visual programming language for web and mobile applications. Founded by Emmanuel Straschnov and Josh Haas in 2012, Bubble has now raised a total of $6.25M and is backed by investors that include BoxGroup, Charlie Songhurst, Eric Ries, SignalFire, and WndrCo LLC. Sunnyvale-based Druva delivers a SaaS-based platform to protect and manage enterprise data across endpoint, data center, and cloud workloads. Founded by Jaspreet Singh, Milind Borate, and Ramani Kothandaraman in 2008, Druva has now raised a total of $328M and is backed by investors that include Atreides Capital, Dell Technologies Capital, Indian Angel Network, Nexus Venture Partners, and Viking Global Investors. Brooklyn-based GoTenna is mobile mesh networking company that provides technologies for off-grid and decentralized communications. Founded by Daniela Perdomo and Jorge Perdomo in 2012, GoTenna has now raised a total of $40.8M and is backed by investors that include BBG Ventures, Bloomberg Beta, Comcast Ventures, Founders Fund, and Union Square Ventures.