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The 30m insight partners wilhelmtechcrunch will be held on the 28th and 29th of March, at the Hilton Berlin. This will be a great opportunity for you to attend one of the biggest tech events of the year, with lots of opportunities to make new contacts and meet key players in the technology industry. In addition, this event will be the perfect chance to hear speakers from various industries and learn about the latest trends in the industry.

Reco

Reco is an AI engine that helps organizations create a map of their internal and external collaboration networks. This map can help companies identify potential security issues that might arise from data sharing between teams and vendors. It also flags activities that may be sensitive. For instance, it can monitor a file sent to the wrong account manager, and flag a vendor contract that has expired. The AI engine learns from audit logs and a variety of sources to provide a contextualized knowledge graph. It requires no manual policy setup. The engine can make mistakes, though, and it’s important to keep an eye on how it affects predictions.

The company has raised $30 million in a Series A funding round led by Insight Partners and Zeev Ventures. The round also included BoldStart, Jibe Ventures, and CrewCapital.

BlueOcean

BlueOcean is a company that provides a platform that helps businesses make better decisions based on data. With its flagship service, Brand Navigator, the company delivers strategic insights to executives and senior leaders, helping them make smarter business decisions. The company also provides continuous feedback to customers, allowing them to react faster to changes in the market. Currently, the platform works with over 6,000 brands, and the company plans to expand its reach in the coming years.

As a leading provider of AI-powered brand decision tools, BlueOcean has a lot to show for itself. It has a wide array of customers, from Google and Cisco to Bloomingdales and Amazon. Its service helps businesses keep track of their brand, products, and launch strategies. Its algorithms give customers continuous feedback on how their brands are performing. It is one of the only solutions on the market to offer a real-time brand data tracking solution.

Frontegg

Frontegg recently announced that it has secured $40 million in series B funding. The company, which specializes in providing robust user management and go to market capabilities for B2B SaaS applications, will use the money to expand its product offerings and scale its operations in Tel Aviv. This announcement follows a $25 million round in December of last year, and another $70 million in total funding over the past four years. The company has been backed by Global Founders Capital, Insight Partners and Stripes, among other notable investors.

The company’s eponymous product aims to provide a robust and easy-to-use user management solution for B2B SaaS apps. The platform allows users to interact with any product, whether it’s a B2B service or an app for consumers. It also makes it easier to track and analyze users’ activity, which in turn allows companies to make data driven decisions.

Metabase

Metabase is an open source data visualization and analytics platform. It has received $42.5 million in funding since its founding in 2015. The company has released over 20 major releases and is used by over 30,000 companies in over 200 countries. They have also recently announced a $30 million Series B round of funding led by Insight Partners.

The company says that the main purpose of the new investment is to double down on its education and sales resources to educate customers. The company will continue to develop and improve its products, as well as grow its team. They plan to use the new funds to build out their sales force and accelerate their product development. This will ensure that Metabase continues to lead the industry in offering a simple, yet powerful solution to sharing information.

DoControl

The New York-based automation and security company DoControl raised $30 million in Series B funding. The company’s technology provides automated data access controls that enable enterprises to mitigate the risk of costly data breaches. This is accomplished by leveraging user interactions across SaaS applications.

DoControl addresses a real problem for modern companies: how to handle the growing volume of sensitive company and customer data that is being stored in cloud-based apps. DoControl automates the process of monitoring and enforcing policies on the use of data, eliminating the threat of enterprise data breaches from third-party vendors and departing employees.

The DoControl solution is based on the concept of zero-trust security. DoControl’s platform automatically responds to threats arising from violations of enterprise data policies by users of the underlying SaaS applications. It then feeds all the data to powerful no-code workflows.

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