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Arlington-based Endgame, the maker of security and intelligence software for large enterprises, has raised $30 million from a slate of New York and Silicon Valley investors as the company looks to push further into the private sector.
A District-based start-up that uses artificial intelligence to predict the outcome of legislation has received $7 million in funding, including investments from the Singapore sovereign wealth fund and from the Winklevoss twins, made famous from their lawsuits against Facebook.
ADMA Biologics, Inc. (Nasdaq:ADMA), a late-stage biopharmaceutical company that develops, manufactures, and intends to market specialty plasma-based biologics for the treatment and prevention of certain infectious diseases, today announced that it has received a $5 million tranche from Hercules Technology Growth Capital, Inc. (NYSE:HTGC), the leading specialty finance company focused on providing senior secured loans to venture capital-backed companies in technology-related markets.
Optoro, a social enterprise aimed at the up-and-coming field of reverse logistics, just raised $50 million in a venture capital round led by Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, with participation from Al Gore’s Generation Investment Management and others.
Cloud testing vendor Soasta Inc. has raised new funding and hired new executives in preparation for more growth, Venture Capital Dispatch has learned.
It can be a challenge to access legacy databases from the spiffy new enterprise mobile app your company just built.
Clarabridge, Inc., the leading provider of Customer Experience Management (CEM) solutions for the world’s top brands, today announced that CEO Sid Banerjee was honored as Washington Business Journal’s Most Admired CEO of 2014. Banerjee was recognized for leadership in refining Clarabridge’s message, improving its offering, steering its strategic and impressive growth, and continuing to be an outstanding example of the potential for technology companies in the greater Washington D.C. area.
Paperless offices seem like a such a great, green, clean idea. At least, until you try to become one.
Canvas, the global leader in mobile apps for collecting and sharing business information, today announced it has secured a $9 million investment led by River Cities Capital Funds and current investor Osage Venture Partners.
A total of six Washington-area companies landed there, including Evolent Health at No. 3, Opower at No. 25, 2U at No. 27, Carfax at No. 34 and newcomer NPR at No. 44.