San Francisco-based ClearCare has secured $11 million to build out its software platform for home care agencies. The Series B round was led by Bessemer Venture Partners, but also included existing investors Cambia Health Solutions, Voyager Capital, Qualcomm Ventures, Harbor Pacific Capital, and City National Bank. This latest round brings ClearCare’s total funding to over $15 million since being founded in 2010.
India’s first map-based search engine for house hunters, Housing.com, has secured an additional $19 million from returning investors Nexus Venture Partners and Helion Venture Partners, with additional participation from Qualcomm Venture Partners. In just over a year the company has raised $39.5 million.
ForgeRock, a provider of open source identity relationship management solutions, has raised $30 million in Series C funding from Meritech Capital Partners, with further participation from existing investors Accel Partners and Foundation Capital. Since its founding in 2010, ForgeRock has raised $52 million and has expanded from its headquarters in San Francisco to offices in Norway, Great Britain, France, and Vancouver.
Two-year old meal planning and shopping platform HelloFresh announced that it has raised $50 million in Series D funding. The round was led by Insight Venture Partners and also included Phenomen Ventures, an existing investor. Based in New York, HelloFresh sends recipes and ingredients to its subscribers for them to prepare meals at home. The firm has raised $67.5 million to date.
Puppet Labs, a Portland, Oregon-based provider of IT automation software for system administrators, has raised an additional $40 million in its Series E. Returning investors include Cisco, Kleiner Perkins, Triangle Venture Capital Group, True Ventures, and VMWare. Since being founded in 2005, the company has raised over $85 million and caters to over 500 enterprise customers.
The enterprise electronic payments processing company First Data has secured an additional $3.5 billion equity commitment from KKR. Even before the re-financing, First Data was the most expensive investment in KKR’s portfolio after the private-equity firm paid $29 billion to take the company private in 2006. First Data was founded in 1971 and is based in Atlanta, Georgia.