London-based startup Appsumer has raised a $1 million seed round for its user acquisition (UA) intelligence platform. The investment was led by Galvanise Capital, with participation from James Hilton, CEO at M&C Saatchi Mobile, and Jon Claydon, chairman at Havas Work Club.
Finnish Vaadin, a developer of open source web application development tools, raised €5 million in venture capital funding from Verdane Capital IX.
Biosite, a Solihull, UK-based provider of biometric access control and software-based workforce management solutions for the construction sector, raised £4 million from Mobeus Equity Partners in order to expand its team and expand its suite of site management tools.
French startup Wynd has raised a €30 million Series B round. Investors included Sodexo Ventures and Orange Digital Ventures and Bpifrance. Orange Digital Ventures had previously invested in the company’s Series A round along with Alven Capital.
Pushfor, a private cloud-based messaging and content sharing platform, has raised £1.2 million in a pre-Series A round. The investment comes from NT Asset, C12 Ventures and Metdist Limited.
London-based cloud software company PatSnap has closed a funding round from Sequoia Capital, with Shunwei Capital and Qualgro contributing to the round. The amount of the deal was undisclosed, though a PatSnap spokeswoman said that the round was in the “tens of millions of dollars.”
Monsanto Co. has agreed to acquire VitalFields, an Estonian farm management software company, for an undisclosed amount. The startup will become part of The Climate Company, a Monsanto subsidiary that helps farmers maximize harvests through its Climate FieldView platform.