Weekly Refresh: Dataiku Valued at $1.4B, Ogury Raises $50M, and More

by Anna Holmquist
December 9, 2019
midtown
Image via Kustomer.

Kustomer gained a $60M Series E. The company’s software aims to deliver a personalized customer service experience by using AI and analytics. The new funding allows Kustomer to continue its global expansion. [Built In NYC]

Ogury raised $50M. The company’s ad engine offers consumers a choice between sharing personal data to receive targeted ads or paying for access to content. Ogury plans to grow its customer count with the funding. [Built In NYC]

Sprinklr acquired Nanigans’ social advertising business. Sprinklr helps brands manage everything customer-facing, from marketing to research to social engagement. Nanigans’ performance advertising software, which offers analytics, optimization and more across Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, will help Sprinklr further expand in the customer experience management space. [Press Release]

Dataiku valued at $1.4B. The enterprise AI company uses machine learning to turn large sets of data into actionable insights. CapitalG invested in the business by buying out some of Serena Capital’s shares. [TechCrunch]

Flow gained $37M Series B. The startup offer a cross-border e-commerce solution. Flow plans to use the funds to expand its product offerings, hire additional employees and grow in both Europe and the U.S. [VentureBeat]

Panorays raised $15M. The company has developed an automated lifecycle management product that provides cybersecurity monitoring. The new funds bring their total raised to around $20M. [VentureBeat]

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