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  • ForgeRock secures $93.5M for digital IDs
    ForgeRock, developer of an AI-driven platform for identity management, has raised $93.5 million in a Series E round led by Riverwood Capital. The company, which is headquartered in San Francisco and has offices in Norway, is the latest in a string of digital ID companies to secure big funding rounds in recent weeks.
  • Guru lands $30M for knowledge software
    Guru, a Philadelphia-based collaborative knowledge management software provider, has raised $30 million in a Series C funding round led by Accel. The company has been doubling annual revenue, but this year saw its fastest growth in adoption after launching a free version of its product.
  • Moshi raises $12M for kids’ sleep
    London-based Moshi has just raised a $12 million Series B round to help it achieve its mission of helping kids relax and sleep with its audio sleep and mindfulness app. The startup was born out of Mind Candy, a company created by Michael Acton Smith, one of the co-founders of popular meditation app Calm.
  • Unlearn closes on $12M for clinical trials
    San Francisco-based Unlearn, developer of a machine-learning platform that generates control patient data for clinical studies, has secured a $12 million Series A financing. The startup’s aim is to reduce the number of patients required to run a trial while maintaining rigorous standards.
  • Hone scores $2.75M for remote training
    San Francisco-based startup Hone has raised $2.75 million in fresh seed funding to build out its online training platform, which combines research-backed, live classes led by expert executive coaches, with data to reinforce and measure programs’ impact at scale. Its CEO and co-founder, Tom Griffiths, previously co-founded popular fantasy sports platform FanDuel.