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Fulcrum raises $18M to fuel the future of manufacturing
Fulcrum, cloud software for manufacturers, closed an $18 million Series A2 funding round led by Bessemer Venture Partners, bringing total funding raised to date to $39.9 million. The new capital will be used to expand the depth of the existing feature set and work toward a lofty goal of connecting manufacturers up and down the supply chain to unlock the power of their collective craft.
🔋 Our Next Era of Growth: Expanding Our Platform For the Industrial Supply Chain
We announced a $42 million Series B led by Bessemer Venture Partners with participation from existing backers Initialized Capital, Brick & Mortar Ventures, Rainfall Ventures, and others. This is an exciting time as we continue revolutionizing last-mile logistics for construction and industrial supplies.
This investment will enable us to continue delivering operational efficiencies to our customers and achieve our vision of becoming the go-to platform for industrial supply chain management.
Recurrency raises $22 million to revolutionize ERP for distribution
We started Recurrency with the mission to modernize the world’s supply chain software. Today, our team is overjoyed to share a key milestone: Recurrency has raised $22 million in funding from Bessemer Venture Partners, Lachy Groom, Elad Gil, Y Combinator Continuity, and numerous other world-class investors. This new capital will enable us to further invest in our product, our team, and – most importantly – our customers.
Lumachain Raises US$19.5M in Series A Funding Led by Bessemer Venture Partners
Lumachain, an end-to-end solution for food supply chains, today announced it has raised US$19.5 million in Series A funding, led by Bessemer Venture Partners with participation from existing investor Main Sequence. The company has also announced its first U.S. headquarters in Denver.
This investment will allow the company to accelerate the roll out of its world-first computer vision-based artificial intelligence platform at meat and food processing plants across the U.S. and globally. In addition, Lumachain will significantly scale up its team of computer vision and software engineers, and delivery and product experts from the meat industry.
Velo3D Raises $28 Million in Series D Funding Round, Paving the Way for Product Expansion
Digital manufacturing innovator Velo3D announced today that it has raised $28 million in a Series D funding round. New investors Piva and TNSC joined the round, along with existing investors Bessemer Venture Partners, Playground, and Khosla Ventures. This brings Velo3D’s total funding to $138 million. Velo3D plans to use the new capital to expand its product portfolio to include more machine options, compatible alloys, and enhanced software and hardware capabilities. The company anticipates that the injection of fresh capital will help them reach sustainable profitability by mid-2022.