- Automation Anywhere, a San Francisco-based provider of robotic process automation solutions, raised $290 million in Series B funding. Salesforce Ventures led the round, and was joined by investors including SoftBank Investment Advisers and Goldman Sachs.
- Celonis, a Munich-based startup that tracks data produced by a company’s software, raised $290 million in a Series C funding at a post-money valuation of $2.5 billion. Arena Holdings led the round, and was joined by investors including Ryan Smith, Tooey Courtemanche, 83North and Accel.
- GenapSys Inc, a Redwood City, Calif.-based provider of electronic sequencing technology, raised $90 million in funding. Foresite Capital led the round.
- Rightway Healthcare, a New York-based patient navigation and healthcare advocacy platform for employers and their employees, raised $20 million in Series B funding. Thrive Capital led the round.
- Banyan Security, a San Francisco-based provider of zero trust network access for cloud and hybrid environments, raised $17 million in funding. Shasta Ventures led the round, and was joined by investors including Unusual Ventures.
- Nines, a Palo Alto, Calif.-based teleradiology practice, raised $16.5 million in Series A funding. Investors include Accel, 8VC, Lori Goler, Kim Hammonds, and Mark Leslie.
- Samasource, a San Francisco-based provider of training data to companies, raised $14.8 million in Series A funding. Ridge Ventures led the round, and was joined by investors including Social Impact Ventures, Bestseller Foundation, and Bluecrest Limited Capital.
- Plantix, a Germany-based platform that drives efficient agricultural production, raised €6.6 million ($7.3 million) in Series A funding. RTP Global led the round, and was joined by investors including Piton Capital, Atlantic Labs and Index Ventures.
- Combinostics, a Finland-based health tech company, raised €3.9 million ($4.3 million) in Series A funding. Industrifonden and NordicNinja VC co-led the round.
Searchlight, a software platform that gathers and analyzes reference data to help companies hire diverse teams, raised $2.5 million in seed funding. Investors include Accel, Founders Fund and Soma Capital.
- Groundbreaker, a Chicago-based developer of real estate investment software, raised $2 million in funding. Andrew Bluhm led the round.
- Shotgun Seltzer, an Austin-based craft spiked seltzer maker, raised $1 million in funding. Investors include Unorthodox Ventures.
HEALTH & LIFE SCIENCES DEALS
- AN2 Therapeutics Inc, a Menlo Park, Calif.-based biopharmaceutical company focused on infectious diseases, raised $12 million in Series A funding. Mountain Group Partners led the round, and were joined by investors including Adjuvant Capital, Brii Biosciences and BioRock Ventures.
PRIVATE EQUITY DEALS
- Bregal Sagemount made an investment in SurePrep, a provider of tax automation software and software-powered services to the professional tax return preparation market. Financial terms weren't disclosed.
- King Tester Corporation, a portfolio company of Salt Creek Capital, acquired Cianflone Scientific Group, a manufacturer of testing and measurement equipment. Financial terms weren't disclosed.
- Gen Cap America, Inc. will acquire Griffin Gear, Inc, a Roebuck, S.C.-based manufacturer of quality replacement gearing. Financial terms weren't disclosed.
- Levine Leichtman Capital Partners will acquire Milton Industries, Inc., a Chicago-based manufacturer of air accessories and equipment. Financial terms weren't disclosed.
- HMS Holdings Corp. agreed to acquire Accent, a payment accuracy and cost containment business, for approximately $155 million. The seller was the Intrado Corporation.
- OjO Electric Corp. will acquire Gotcha Mobility, a Charleston, S.C.-based electric scooter startup. Ojo will acquire 100% of the equity of Gotcha, and it will pay $2.5 million at the time of closing, with another $2.5 million to be paid out five months later. It will also issue $7 million in stock, half of which will be issued on closing, and the other half will be issued six months later.
- Aon plc (NYSE: AON) agreed to acquire CoverWallet, a New York-based digital insurance platform for small and medium-sized businesses. Financial terms weren't disclosed. CoverWallet had raised approximately $28.3 million in venture funding from investors including Zurich Insurance Group, Union Square Ventures, Foundation Capital, Index Ventures, and Two Sigma Ventures.
- Canadian Pacific agreed to acquire Central Maine & Quebec Railway, a Bangor, Maine-based provider of rail freight transportation, from Fortress Investment Group. Financial terms weren't disclosed.
- MetLife Inc agreed to acquire Willing, a Miami-based online platform for creating wills and estate-planning documents. Financial terms weren't disclosed. Willing had raised approximately $7.1 million in venture funding from investors including Vayner/RSE, Y Combinator, Switch VC, Sound Ventures and 500 Startups.
FIRMS + FUNDS
- Founders Fund, a San Francisco-based venture capital firm, raised nearly $1.5 billion for its seventh fund, according to an SEC filing.
- Next Coast Ventures, an Austin-based venture capital firm, raised $130 million for its second fund.
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