Vivian, an Oakland, CA-based global provider of Buyer Experience (BX) software, raised $75M serial C funding.
The round was led by Salesforce Ventures, with participation from new investor Tiger Global also as full participation from existing investors Menlo Ventures, Accel, and weird Ventures.
The company intends to use the funds to replicate its North American success across EMEA while continuing to take a position in the core products and AI capabilities.
Led by co-founder & CEO Matt Darrow, Vivun provides a Buyer Experience (BX) software platform, which leverages AI to enable B2B businesses to meet the demands of today’s sales-proof buyers, differentiate from the competition, and accelerate revenue. Its flagship product, Hero, helps scale Presale’s impact with buyers, deal strategy, and product fit. Its second product, Eval, enables companies to partner with buyers in hands-on evaluations with transparency and trust. Additional products are going to be launched.
Leaders at Okta, Autodesk, Dell, Snowflake, Elastic, Fivetran, and Harness, high-growth startups also as publicly traded enterprises across hi-tech, telecom, manufacturing, and financial services verticals, are powering their buyer experiences with the platform.
How To Know When You Need to Switch Mobile Phone Plans
In this day and age, our mobile phones are essentially our lifelines. We use them for everything from keeping in touch with family and friends, to managing our work and personal schedules, to getting directions and finding information on the go. So it’s no wonder that finding the right mobile phone plan is essential. But how do you know when to switch mobile phone plans? Keep reading to find out.
Choosing Spectrum Mobile Phone Plans
When you are considering switching mobile phone plans, consider switching to Spectrum mobile phones. Spectrum mobile has incredible upload speeds, unlimited data plans, the best devices, and more. The unlimited data Spectrum mobile plans start at $14.00/month for paying by the gig. The unlimited data plans include $29.00/month and $45.00/month for unlimited talk and text nationwide. With Spectrum mobile, you can bundle your unlimited data plan with Spectrum internet.
There are several benefits to using a Spectrum mobile phone plan. First, because you only pay for the data you use, you can save money if you don’t use a lot of data each month. Second, there are no contract obligations, so you can cancel your service at any time without penalty.
Switching Mobile Phone Plans
There are several telltale signs that you may need to switch mobile phone plans. One sign is if you are consistently going over your data limit. If you have to ration your data or upgrade to a higher-tier plan halfway through the month, it may be time for a new plan. Another sign is if you pay more monthly for your phone service than you are using. If you have a plan with a high monthly price but hardly use any of the features, it may be time for a new plan with lower rates.
Finally, if your phone is old and outdated, it might be time for an upgrade. A newer model phone can mean better features and faster speeds. So, how do you figure out if you need to replace your old phone with a new phone? The first step is to assess your needs. What do you use your phone for? Are specific activities or tasks requiring faster speeds or more data than what you currently have? Once you know your needs, research different plans that offer what you need.
Many plans are available nowadays, ranging from low-cost prepaid options to unlimited data plans with premium devices. Once you find a plan that fits your needs, compare prices between providers to ensure you’re getting the best deal possible. Finally, don’t forget to factor in device costs when looking at new plans. Some providers offer premium devices at no cost when signing up for a new contract, while others charge a total price for the latest models.
Keeping Up with Your New Phone Bill
When you switch your phone plan, it can be an exciting time. But, you will need to keep up with your new phone bill to keep enjoying your services. A phone bill is the monthly statement that is sent to you by your phone service provider. It will list all of the calls that you have made, the text messages that you have sent, and the data that you have used. It will also show you the amount that you have been charged for each of these services.
You need to pay your phone bill on time because if you don’t, you could end up with a huge late fee, and even worse, your phone could be disconnected. And, if you’re having trouble paying your bill, there are a few things you can do. First, see if you can get your phone company to work with you on a payment plan. They may be willing to spread your payments out over a few months, which can make things a lot easier. Another option is to look into a low-cost phone plan.
AMP Robotics Secures $55M serial B Funding
AMP Robotics Corp., a Denver, CO-based leader in AI (AI) and robotics for the waste industry, raised $55m in corporate equity during a Series B financing.
The round, which follows a $16m Series A financing led by Sequoia Capital in November 2019, was led by XN with participation from new investors Valor Equity Partners and GV also as existing investors Sequoia, Sidewalk Infrastructure Partners, Congruent Ventures, and closed-loop system Partners.
The company intends to use the funds to scale its business operations and expand its business reach as it works with consumer packaged goods (CPG) companies, like Keurig Dr Pepper (NASDAQ: KDP).
Led by Matanya Horowitz, founder and CEO, AMP Robotics applies AI and robotics to extend recycling rates and economically recover recyclables reclaimed as raw materials for the global supply chain. The AMP Cortex™ high-speed robotics system automates the identification and sorting of recyclables from mixed material streams. The AMP Neuron™ AI platform continuously trains itself by recognizing different colors, textures, shapes, sizes, patterns, and even brand labels to spot materials and their recyclability. Neuron then guides robots to select and place the material to be recycled. With deployments across North America, Asia, and Europe, the technology recovers recyclables from municipal waste, precious commodities from electronic waste, and high-value materials from construction and demolition debris.
AMP is formed in America with headquarters and manufacturing operations in Colorado.
Replicated Raises $50M serial C Funding
Replicated, a Culver City CA-based provider of solutions for software vendors to operationalize and scale the delivery of their applications into complex enterprise multi-prem environments, raised $50M serial C funding.
The round was led by Owl Rock with participation from Lead Edge Capital, Headline, Two Sigma Ventures, Amplify Partners, BoldStart, Ridgeline, and Heavybit.
The company intends to use the funds to accelerate growth and expand into more global markets.
Founded in 2015 by Grant Miller, CEO, and Marc Campbell, CTO, Replicated provides software vendors a multi-prem, container-based platform for deploying cloud-native applications inside customers’ environments for security and control. Customers include HashiCorp, Puppet, UiPath, and Rocket. Chat, CircleCI, PluralSight, and Tripwire.
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