Channel partner programs, Mergers and Acquisitions

5 Tech Startups and Partner Programs Funded This Week

Fresh funding continues to flow into the technology market. And many of the recently funded technology companies are inking partner alliances or starting to formulate channel partner programs.

Here's a look at five (um, make that seven) technology startups that announced funding for the week ending Dec. 4, 2015 -- plus links to their emerging partner programs...

1. 3PL Central (Manhattan Beach, Calif.): The warehouse management software specialist raised $17.5 million in funding led by Mainsail Partners. 3PL Central partner program information.


2. BrainStorm (Salt Lake City, UT): The Microsoft partner, focused on change management, raised $6.4 million in Series A funding. BrainStorm Partner Program information.


3. Codeship (Boston, Mass.): The company, which offers a Web platform for continuous software testing and deployment, raised $1.5 million from multiple backers. No partner program info yet.


4. Evariant (Farmington, Conn.): The healthcare CRM provider raised $42.3M in Series C funding from multiple backers. Initial Evariant partners.


5. ThreatConnect (Arlington, Va.): The company, which develops an enterprise-class threat intelligence platform, raised $16 million in Series B funding. ThreatConnect partner integrations.


6. Vapor IO (Austin, Texas): The company, which is developing modular data center solutions, raised Series A funding but the figure was not disclosed. Initial Vapor partners.


7. ZeroFOX (Baltimore, Md.): The startup, which develops social media cyber security solutions, raised $27 million led by multiple backers. Initial ZeroFOX partners.

Did your channel-friendly technology company recently receive funding? Are fresh dollars on the way? Alert ChannelE2E Content Czar Joe Panettieri ([email protected]) with the info...

Joe Panettieri

Joe Panettieri is co-founder & editorial director of MSSP Alert and ChannelE2E, the two leading news & analysis sites for managed service providers in the cybersecurity market.