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Mindsay’s customer service automation platform is now available on Genesys® AppFoundry, the industry’s largest dedicated marketplace focused on customer experience solutions. The AppFoundry lets Genesys customers from all market segments discover and rapidly deploy a broad range of solutions that make it easier to interact with consumers, engage employees, and optimize their workforce.
Evisort Raises $35 Million Series B Led by General Atlantic, Quadruples Revenue As Enterprises Race To Tame Contracts
Evisort, the intelligent contract management platform, announced $35M in Series B funding following a year of 4x revenue growth, bringing its total funding to $55.5M. Global growth equity investor General Atlantic led the round, with participation from existing investors Amity Ventures, Microsoft’s venture fund M12, and Vertex Ventures. General Atlantic’s Operating Partner and former GE CIO Gary Reiner will join Evisort as a board member. The company will use the funds to grow its customer success team, expand its platform to include more workflow-specific offerings, and continue to push the boundaries of its pre-trained
Adaptiva, a leading, global provider of endpoint management and security solutions for enterprise customers, announced its new content delivery network (CDN), which has been tightly integrated into OneSite Cloud. This expanded functionality makes OneSite Cloud even more compelling for enterprises that want to accelerate digital transformation by removing excess costs and simplifying content delivery, storage and management. The Adaptiva CDN is included in the OneSite Cloud license at no additional charge so that Adaptiva customers can keep content storage and distribution services all under a single agreement.
Plume, the company behind the smart home service offerings of more than 170 Communications Service Providers (CSPs) served to more than 22 million households across the globe, announced that it has closed a $270 million minority investment from global venture capital and private equity firm Insight Partners. This Series E round at a $1.35 billion valuation brings Plume’s total equity funding to $397 million. Plume was founded on the premise that a device will only ever be as smart as the network it’s connected to, and that the existing smart home services were sorely lacking. Instead of attempting to improve only wireless coverage through distributed hardware, Plume’s approach is entirely different – a comprehensive suite of cloud-controlled front-end services delivered over a smart, software-defined network.
Aviatrix, the cloud network platform, announced it has raised $75 million in Series D funding. The round was led by General Catalyst and includes new investors Greenspring Associates, Meritech Capital, and TrueBridge Capital Partners. Existing investors CRV, Formation 8, Ignition, and Liberty Global Ventures also participated in this round. This brings the company’s total financing to $151 million. Quentin Clark from General Catalyst will be joining the company’s Board of Directors.