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Blue Jeans Network, the global leader in interoperable video collaboration services, announced it has secured $50 million in new funding led by Battery Ventures.
The Herndon-based Center for Innovative Technology (CIT) said on Tuesday it has invested in Blacksburg-based Fitnet, developer of a virtual fitness studio app.
FiscalNote, developer of a platform designed to quickly make sense of unstructured state and local government legislation, has raised $1.2 million in seed funding and plans to relocate from Silicon Valley to Bethesda, according to published reports.
9Lenses, a new Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) venture that provides packaged organizational intelligence and analytics, announced today that it has closed a Series A round of financing.
Analytics firm Clarabridge Inc. announced an enormous $80 million growth round Tuesday, ranking among the largest fundings for a D.C.-area tech company this year.
Combination Solidifies AOL’s Position as a Leader in Premium and Programmatic Video Advertising
Hearsay Social, a leading enterprise social sales platform, announced strong year-over-year business growth and momentum driven across four key dimensions: new customer growth, strategic industry partnerships, international expansion, and pivotal leadership hires.
AppMesh, a leading Mobile Sales Enablement and CRM solution, today announced it has completed a $3 million investment led by InterWest Partners.
ABS Capital Partners, a Baltimore-based investment firm focused on late-stage companies in the education services, healthcare, media and communications and technology sectors, said that it has invested $12 million in Massachusetts-based audio technology company iZotope.
New Enterprise Associates (NEA), the Chevy Chase-based venture capital firm, has led a new $50 million round of funding for San Francisco-based Lithium Technologies, a developer of software that lets businesses create their own social networks and online communities.