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PrecisionLender, a pricing management platform provider, completed a new round of financing from Insight Venture Partners and Georgian Partners. The company’s virtual pricing analyst, called Andi, uses artificial intelligence to analyze data from the deals priced daily in the platform, helping bankers create a better experience

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Carbon, a 3D manufacturing company, raised $200 million in Series D financing. Sequoia Capital, Silver Lake, Reinet Investments, Baillie Gifford, Fidelity Management & Research Company, Hydra Capital, GE Ventures, JSR Corporation, Emerson Collective, and ARCHina Capital participated in the round. Carbon’s Digital Light Synthesis®

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Common – a real estate company that partners with property owners and local organizations to create residential communities with monthly terms, shared services, community events, and management – completed $40 million in Series C financing, led by Norwest Venture Partners. Common has 482 buildings in

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Radar Relay, a cryptocurrency exchange technology provider, secured $3 million in seed financing. Nine investors participated in the round: SV Angel, Digital Currency Group, Collaborative Fund, Kindred, Notation Capital, Sparkland Ventures, V1.VC, Kokopelli Capital, and Reciprocal Ventures. Radar Relay’s trustless token trading platform uses blockchain technology

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Enterprise IT startup Ripcord raised $25 million in Series B financing, led by GV. Telstra, Icon Ventures, Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, Lux Capital, and Silicon Valley Bank also participated. Ripcord is a robotic digitization company that scans, indexes, and categorizes paper records, making them

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San Francisco-based Splice Machine closed $9 million in financing. Four investors contributed to the round: Salesforce Ventures, Correlation Ventures, InterWest Partners, and Mohr Davidow Ventures. The company’s SQL-compliant database is designed to help companies with high-performance, massively scalable databases for big data applications without requiring users

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Every Silicon Valley startup hungers for rapid growth. While R&D and product development are important in getting companies started, it’s frontline sales people who drive tangible, material startup growth. But finding -- much less hiring -- top sales people is almost as difficult as raising

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Financial technology company Passport raised $43 million in Series C financing, led by Bain Capital Ventures, with participation from Grotech Ventures, MK Capital, and Relevance Capital. Passport’s parking, transit and tolling payments, parking enforcement, and permit management products are designed to help public and private sector

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Zesty.io, a company that automates building and maintaining web content for businesses, secured $1.5 million in seed financing, led by ClearVision Equity Partners. Zesty.io’s web content management system automates search engine optimization, infrastructure scaling, and content distribution procedures, allowing users to manage content for multiple websites,

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Happy Returns closed $8 million in Series B financing, led by U.S. Venture Partners, with participation from Upfront Ventures. The company provides a method of in-person returns through a network of physical “return bars” staffed by friendly, highly-trained “returnistas,” located in premier shopping centers, on corporate

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