Dell and Intel Capital have added $45 million to the Series F funding round of DocuSign, a document management company and former Red Herring Top 100 winner. The company’s latest round of financing now totals more than $278 million. “Intel and DocuSign share a hyper-focus on creating trusted platforms to power our customers’ success,” said Rick Echevarria, Vice President, Intel Security Group and General Manager of Intel Security Platforms Group. “We’ve seen the value of the DocuSign platform, and we look forward to integrating our offerings to help our customers worldwide securely transact anything, anytime, anywhere, on Intel-powered devices.” DocuSign has now raised more than $500 million in total.
Job platform jobandtalent has secured $25 million in funding, an extension of its Series A round which closed last year. An investor group by Pelayo Cortina Koplowitz increase its participation and previous backers such as Qualitas Equity Partners, Kibo Ventures, Fundacion Jose Manuel Entrecanales and Nicolas Luca de Tena all contributed to the latest round. “We are extremely excited about this round of funding,” said Juan Urdiales, Co-founder of jobandtalent. “We created the job matching category and we are leading it. Job boards were born in the nineties, Monster was one of the creators of the category and they took the lead, then the aggregators came with Indeed, and finally professional networks arrived with LinkedIn owning the category. Job matching is the new disrupting category in this sector and jobandtalent is poised to dominate the market.”
MatterFab, a metal 3D printer manufacturer, has completed a Series A round of funding worth $5.75 million. GE Ventures and Innovate Indiana Fund both invested in the round. The company will use the funds to complete the design and development of its first commercial industrial 3D printer. “Our vision is not just to solve today’s biggest challenges with metal 3D printing, but to revolutionize the capabilities of metal printing,” said Matt Burris, CEO at MatterFab. “Achieving that vision begins with developing our new metal 3D printer in partnership with some of the most experienced users of metal additive manufacturing technology.”
Tegile Systems, a provider of flash-driven storage arrays, has raised $70 million. Capricorn Investment Group, Cross Creek Advisors and Pine River Capital Management joined previous backers August Capital, Meritech Capital Partners, Western Digital and SanDisk in the round. “With a best-in-class product portfolio, an award-winning partner program, and numerous industry accolades, Tegile continues to set the bar for up-and-coming storage vendors,” said Dipender Saluja, Managing Director, Capricorn Investment Group. “Tegile is transforming the storage industry by offering unique storage solutions that strike the perfect balance between performance and economics. The opportunity to partner with Tegile and help scale the company as it continues its rapid ascent in the flash storage industry is one that we simply could not afford to pass up.”