Last month, the five largest tech funding rounds in Austin grabbed a combined total of $88.8 million. Data.world took the top spot with a $26 million round. Read on for details on the top Austin fundings from September.
#4 (tied). $10 million, September 16
The edtech startup helps teams learn Cisco, Microsoft Azure, NetApp and other systems. So far the company has raised $20.6 million in funding. With the funds, it plans to expand its web development, data science, data analysis, cybersecurity and cloud computing bootcamps and certification programs.
#4 (tied). $10 million, September 9
The company creates health plans for small businesses and self-employed professionals. QED Investors led the Series A round. This brought its total capital raised to over $18 million.
#3. $20.8 million, September 10
The startup offers self-funded health insurance plans for small businesses. Gigafund led the Series A round. It plans to expand beyond its current availability in Texas and Kentucky over the next year.
#2. $22 million, September 22
The company is the main manufacturer of Apple’s iPhone. Foxconn Technology Group led the Series A. To date, it has raised around $28 million.
$1. $26 million, September 15
Data.world offers an enterprise metadata management tool and represents the largest collaborative information community online. Tech Pioneers Fund led the round. This brought its total investments to $71.3 million.