|• MapAnything, a Charlotte, N.C.-based provider of geo-analytics and mapping services for Salesforce users, raised $33.1 million in Series B funding. Columbus Nova led the round, and was joined by ServiceNow Ventures, Greycroft Partners, Harbert Venture Partners, Salesforce Ventures, and individual investors.
• Wealthsimple, a Toronto-based provider of digital investment advisory services, raised C$20 million ($15.4 million) from Power Financial Corp, according to Reuters.
• Gastrofix, a German cloud-based POS service for the hospitality industry, raised €8 million ($8.6 million) in Series B funding from Radeberger Group, according to Tech.eu
• Disruptor Beam, a Framingham, Mass.-based gaming company, raised $8.5 million in Series B funding. GrandBanks Capital and Romulus Capital led the round.
• LogicHub, a Mountain View, Calif.-based cybersecurity company, raised $8.4 million in Series A funding. Storm Ventures and Nexus Venture Partners led the round.
• SparkFund, a Washington, D.C.-based financial technology company, raised $7 million in Series B funding. Energy Impact Partners led the round, and was joined by Vision Ridge Partners, among others.
• Hutch, a U.K.-based developer of free-to-play mobile games, raised $5.5 million in Series A funding, according to TechCrunch. Index Ventures and Backed VC led the round.
• OptiRTC, a Boston-based provider of platforms for stormwater management, raised $5.5 million in funding. Ecosystem Integrity Fund led the round, and was joined by MissionPoint Partners, the Renewal Funds, the Massachusetts Clean Energy Center, and Geosyntec Consultants.
• Litify, a Brooklyn, N.Y.-based developer of software for law firms, raised $5 million in funding from Fortress Investment Group.
• Klipboard, a London-based developer of workflow management software, raised $1.1 million in seed funding.
• Airware, a Newport Beach, Calif.-based platform for developing and operating drones, raised an undisclosed amount in funding from Caterpillar Ventures, Caterpillar‘s (NYSE:CAT) venture arm.
• LendingFront, a New York City-based platform for business lending, raised an undisclosed amount in funding from Las Olas Venture Capital.