Remote Gained $300M, Clarify Health Raised $150M, and More SF Tech News

Here’s what you may have missed in Bay Area tech news.

Written by Delilah Alvarado
Published on Apr. 11, 2022
Remote Gained $300M, Clarify Health Raised $150M, and More SF Tech News
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The San Francisco tech scene had a big news week. See what these companies are up to, and what they have in store. This is the Built In SF weekly refresh.

Remote gained $300M. Remote is the HR platform helping companies gain global remote employees and offer competitive pay and benefits packages. In addition to launching a $300 million Series C round, the company also launched Remote Relocation, Remote for Refugees, and its work to support Ukrainian refugees. [Built In SF]

Built Robotics got $64M. Built Robotics wants to turn excavators into autonomous machines using its Exosystem. The funding round, led by Tiger Global, will be used to expand its production, and in the future, possibly increase its offerings. [Built In SF] 

SF TECH QUOTE OF THE WEEK

“Our mission is to fundamentally improve the way healthcare is paid for and delivered. To date, siloed, disparate data and systems have made it extremely difficult to build the trust and transparency needed to accelerate the shift to value. We finally have the AI-driven intelligence that healthcare organizations need to optimize every patient journey and embrace value-based arrangements across providers, payers and life sciences.” – Clarify Health CEO and co-founder Jean Drouin

Clarify Health raised $150M. Clarify Health Solutions provides an AI-powered platform to help healthcare workers make better predictions and provide accurate care. The Series D funding round, led by SoftBank Vision Fund 2, will be used to expand its market offerings and market adoption. Clarify Health is currently hiring for several positions. [Built In SF]

Lilt pulled in $55M. Lilt’s platform allows organizations to create and provide multilingual experiences globally. The Series B round, led by Four Rivers, will go toward product development, expanding its research and scaling its international footprint. [PR Newswire]

Ascend.io gained $35M. Ascend.io gained $35 million in a funding round led by Tiger Global. Ascend.io’s platform is used by data teams to automate data engineering and analytics workflows. The Series B round raised will go toward scaling its platform and hiring, specifically focusing on the sales, marketing and engineering teams. [TechCrunch]

In more VC funding news: Rattle, a SaaS platform providing sales collaboration and revenue orchestration, gained $36 million to expand the platform and go-to-market teams. [PR Newswire]

Sydecar, a platform that streamlines VC processes, gained $8.3 million in seed funding to continue hiring and expanding across departments. [Built In SF]

Amplemarket, a sales enablement company, gained $12 million in back-to-back funding rounds for its AI-powered platform. [TechCrunch]

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