Weekly Refresh: Nebulous Rebrands, Zapata’s Quantum Push, and More

by Anna Holmquist
September 28, 2020
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Mirakl raised $300M. Its software helps B2B and B2C companies build marketplaces and online stores. Permira led the round, which brought Mirakl to unicorn status. The company plans to aggressively hire in the years ahead, including plans to add 300 engineers to its team in the next three years. [Built In Boston]

MineralTree gained $50M. Its platform automates the accounts payable process. Great Hill Partners, .406 Ventures and Eight Roads Ventures led the Series D. [Built In Boston]

Salsify got $155M. The company helps brands manage their digital shelf. Warburg Pincus led the Series E. The company is actively hiring for its customer success and product development teams. [Built In Boston]

Zapata released quantum algorithm software. This makes it easier for businesses to use quantum computing to improve processes. The software is called Orquestra. [Fortune]

Nebulous rebranded as Skynet Labs. The company is a Siacoin storage platform. It also raised $3 million from Paradigm. [Yahoo Finance]

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