SaaS platform Plannuh, which focuses on Financial Management, Business Optimization, secures $4.1 million

Plannuh

Plannuh, a software-as-a-service or SaaS firm automating core marketing leadership processes such as planning, financial management, and optimization of business outcomes, reveals that it has finalized a $4.1 million equity round that was led by Ripple Ventures.

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Inventory optimization startup Flieber bags $12M, aims to help retailers avoid out-of-stock, overstock moments

Flieber

Flieber wants to help e-commerce retailers get back to what they do best: selling. The New York-based company announced Wednesday $12 million in Series A financing to continue developing its inventory optimization platform that uses analytics and machine learning to give multi-channel brands a leg up when it comes to determining what the ideal stock level would be across all of the sales channels and inventory locations.

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Osano, a data compliance platform, raises $11M

Osano

Osano, a data privacy platform that helps websites become compliant with international regulations, today announced that it closed a $11 million funding round led by Jump Capital, bringing its total raised to $22.3 million. The company says that the money will be used to support international expansion as well as hire additional sales, marketing, and engineering staff.

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Cabinet brings in $2.6M, designs software for executive assistants

Cabinet

Executive assistants are the ultimate multitaskers and instead of relying on half a dozen apps to make their jobs easier, startup Cabinet is pulling all of that together into one software package designed for the 10 million-person administrative professional market.
The company, with bases in both Denver and New York, is developing software to aid with daily productivity; for example, a scheduling tool that sits on top of existing company calendars like Outlook and GCal and a peer-to-peer community for EAs to share knowledge.

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Roman cybersecurity company Exein nets €6 Million in new funding

Exein

Rome-based IoT cybersecurity firm Exein has raised €6 Million in a Series A funding round. Operating on an open-source model, Exein specialises in and provides cybersecurity solutions for IoT devices at the firmware level. The new funding is expected to propel the company’s product expansion, with a particular focus on Industrial, Automotive, and Medial IoT devices, and the expected recruitment drive that will accompany this expansion.

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