Venture capital deals

MuleSoft, a San Francisco-based integration platform for cloud, Web, and enterprise, has raised $37 million. New Enterprise Associates led the round, and was joined by and return backers Hummer Winblad Venture Partners, Morgenthaler Ventures, Lightspeed Venture Partners, SAP Ventures and Bay Partners.

Tealium, a San Diego-based provider of enterprise tag management solutions, has raised $15.6 million in Series C funding. Return backers include Tenaya Capital, Battery Ventures and Presidio Ventures.

SiSense, an Israel-based big data analytics company, has raised $10 million in Series B funding. Battery Ventures led the round, and was joined by Opus Capital and Genesis Partners.

Hurel Corp., a North Brunswick, N.J.-based provider of artificial tissue constructs and microfluidic cell-based assay platforms, has raised $9.2 million in Series A funding led by Spring Mountain Capital.

TST Media Inc., a Minneapolis–based provider of software solutions for youth, amateur and professional sports organizations, has raised $6 million in Series C funding from return backer El Dorado Ventures.

EAT Club, a Palo Alto-based meal delivery service, has raised $5 million in VC funding. August Capital led the round, and was joined by First Round Capital, Great Oaks Venture Capital, Launch Capital, Siemer Ventures and Tekton Ventures.

Really Simple Software Inc., a San Francisco-based streaming DVR platform for mobile devices, has raised $5 million in Series A funding from New World Ventures.

ProcessUnity, a Concord, Mass.-based provider of on-demand risk management software solutions to SMEs, has raised $5 million in Series C funding led by Rose Park Advisors.

ViroCyt LLC, a Denver-based provider of rapid virus quantification solutions, has raised around $5 million in new VC funding from firms like High Country Venture.

BA Insight, a New York-based provider of enterprise search technologies, has raised $4.5 million in new VC funding. Return backers include Milestone Venture Partners, Osage Venture Partners, Paladin Capital Group and Originate Ventures.

Haiku Deck, a Seattle-based presentation creation and sharing app for the iPad, has raised $3 million in Series A funding. Trilogy Partnership led the round, and was joined by Madrona Venture Group, Founders Co-op and individual angels.

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