Venture capital deals

June 15, 2012, 4:27 PM UTC

The Climate Corp. (f.k.a. WeatherBill), a San Francisco-based provider of insurance products that help farmers and others manage climate change, has raised $50 million in new VC funding. Founders Fundled the round, and was joined by Glynn Capital, Western Technology Investment and return backers Atomico, Khosla Ventures, Google Ventures, New Enterprise Associates and Index Ventures.www.climate.com

iZettle, a Swedish mobile payment system, has raised €24 million in new VC funding, according to GigaOm. Greylock Partners led the round, and was joined by Northzone, SEB and return backers Creandum and Index Ventures. www.izettle.com

GraphEffect, a Santa Monica, Calif.-based enterprise collaboration platform for social marketers, has raised $12 million in private equity and debt funding led by Rincon Venture Partners. Existing company backers include Lerer Ventures, Thrive Capital, Founder Collective, CrossCut Ventures, Baroda Ventures, DFJ Frontier and Siemer Ventures. www.grapheffect.com

Thatgamecompany, a Santa Monica, Calif.-based gaming startup, has raised $5.5 million fromBenchmark Capital. The company’s first three games, including Journey, were offered exclusively on Sony’s PlayStation Network via an agreement that has now expired. www.thatgamecompany.com

Switchcam, a San Francisco-based provider of event video from multiple points of view, has raised $1.2 million in seed funding, according to TechCrunch. Mark Cuban led the round, and was joined by groups like 500 Startups andTurner MediCamp. www.switchcam.com

The Mayo Clinic and DoApp Inc. have sold mRemedy Inc., a mobile healthcare platform for healthcare providers, to Axial Exchange Inc., a provider of SaaS for helping healthcare systems share data. No financial terms were disclosed. As part of the deal, Mayo Clinic will invest an undisclosed amount in Axial Exchange, which also will receive additional capital from existing shareholder Canaan Partners.www.axialexchange.com

Target Partners has made a “seven-figure investment” in Doo GmbH, a Germany-based provider of a cloud-based platform for organizing documents. www.doo.net

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