Venture capital deals

March 12, 2013, 6:11 PM UTC

Domo, a Lindon, Utah-based provider of a SaaS executive management platform, has raised $60 million in Series B funding. New investors include GGV Capital, Greylock Partners, Bezos Expeditions, Founders Fund, Cougar Capital, Mercato Partners and Workday co-CEOs Aneel Bhusri and David Duffield. Return backers include Institutional Venture Partners and Sorenson Capital’s Fraser Bullock. The company previously raised more than $65 million, and announced that it now has 100 paying enterprise customers.

Zalora, a Singapore-based fashion and beauty ecommerce company, has raised €20 million in new VC funding from German retail group Tengelmann. The company was formed by Rocket Internet, and previously raised funding from JP Morgan.

Evolv, a San Francisco–based provider of SaaS-based predictive data analytics with a focus on workforce profitability, has raised $15 million in Series D funding. VantagePoint Capital Partners led the round, and was joined by return backers GGV Capital, Lightspeed Venture Partners and Khosla Ventures.

OpinionLab, a Highland Park, Ill.-based provider of voice-of-customer feedback solutions, has raised $15 million in new VC funding from SSM Partners.

Crittercism, a San Francisco-based provider of a mobile app performance management solution, has raised $12 million in second-round funding. Google Ventures led the round, and was joined by fellow return backers Opus Capital and Shasta Ventures.

Lincor Solutions, provider of a hospital patient bedside platform for both entertainment services and secure access to clinical applications, has raised $9.5 million in new VC funding from Edison Ventures. The company also announced plans to relocate its global headquarters from Ireland to Nashville, Tenn.

SwiftStack, a San Francisco-based developer of software-defined storage solutions, has raised $6.1 million in Series A funding. Mayfield Fund led the round, and was joined by Storm Ventures and UMC Capital.

Crushpath, a San Francisco-based platform that helps salespeople manage deals, has raised $6 million in Series A funding. Social + Capital Partnership led the round, and was joined by Charles River Ventures and individual angels Phil Fernandez (CEO of Marketo), Dave Hersh (ex-CEO of Jive Software), Aaron Levie (CEO of Box) and Phil Libin (CEO of Evernote). The company is led by former Jive Software chief marketing officer Sam Lawrence.

Catchpoint Systems Inc., a New York–based provider of web and infrastructure monitoring solutions, has raised $3.2 million in Series A funding led by Battery Ventures., a Newark, N.J.-based provider of cloud-based phone services to small businesses, has raised $2 million in new funding from ff Venture Capital and the New Jersey Economic Development Authority.

AnyPerk, a San Francisco-based startup focused on discounts for companies on Internet services and employee perks, has raised $1.4 million in new VC funding led by Digital Garage.

CreativeLive, a Seattle-based live broadcast platform for creative education, has raised $500,000 in new VC funding from Creative Artists Agency, William Morris Endeavor, CrunchFund and Google Ventures. The company also has added Caterina Fake as an independent director. CreativeLive previously raised $7.5 million from Greylock Partners.

Skyera, a San Jose, Calif.-based provider of enterprise solid-state storage solutions, said that Western Digital Corp. (Nasdaq: WDC) participated on its previously-announced $51.6 million Series B round led by Dell Ventures.

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