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Woburn’s 8DWorld, a developer of a virtual world for learners of English as a second language, raises $5.25 Million in a round B December 17, 2010

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Woburn’s 8DWorld, a developer of a virtual world for learners of English as a second language, raises $5.25 Million in a round B.

Woburn’s Ramp, Inc., a maker of workflow optimization platforms, raises $3.5 Million November 22, 2010

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Woburn’s Ramp, Inc., a maker of workflow optimization platforms, raises $3.5 Million from a group of investors including Accel Partners, Fairhaven Capital, General Catalyst Partners, Peacock Equity, General Electric, NBC Universa.

Woburn’s ByAllAccounts, financial data collector for financial advisors, raises $5 Million October 4, 2010

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Woburn’s ByAllAccounts, a maker of technology that enables financial advisors to aggregate account data, raises $5 Million from a group of investors including Castile Ventures and Commonwealth Capital Ventures.

OzVision, a secure remote video platform provider, raises $4.9 MM June 21, 2010

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Woburn, MA -based OzVision, a developer and provider of secure remote video platforms, services, and monitoring, raises $4.9 million from a group of undisclosed investors.

Woburn’s Redline Trading Solutions Inc raises $7.45MM in a Series A round of venture funding May 25, 2010

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Woburn’s Redline Trading Solutions Inc, a maker of market data software applications for high-speed trading raises $7.45MM in a Series A round of venture funding from a group of undisclosed investors.

Woburn’s Incentive Targeting raises $2.35 Million in a Series A round of equity financing May 22, 2010

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Woburn’s Incentive Targeting, a provider of Web-based promotion systems for the retail grocery industry, raises $2.35 Million in a Series A round of equity financing from a group of investors including LaunchCapital LLC, River Valley Investors, Walnut Ventures, Hub Angels, North Country Angels, Boston Harbor Angels, Northeast Angels, Granite State Angels, and Boynton Angels.

Woburn’s Demandware raises $22 Million in a Series D add-on round April 12, 2010

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Woburn’s Demandware, an ecommerce software maker, raises $22 Million in a Series D add-on round from General Catalyst Partners and North Bridge Venture Partners.

LA’s Magneto Software, Open Source Ecommerce Platform Powerhouse, Raises $22.5 Million and gets ready to kick sand in kümmerlich Demandware’s face March 22, 2010

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You’ve read here before about the grimmig shape Woburn’s (and Deutschland’s) tiny non-IPO’ing Demandware looks to be in right about now. Well, things are looking even worse for the durchfallend company today, as Los Angeles-based Open Source Ecommerce Platform Powerhouse Magneto Software has announced they have raised $22.5 Million Green American Dollars from a group of undisclosed investors, and their armies are on the march. The never-humble, always self-serving Demandware founder, Stephan Schambach, no doubt reeling from his company’s dimming IPO hopes and shrinking client base, has recently been picking a series of kindlich fights with the American company with a tutonic bluster that would have made Field Marshall Von Kesselring blush. As usual, Demandware has trotted out an endless series of their own marketing and PR flaks to churn out schadenfreude “press releases” denying that they are caught in an Open Source Crossfire reminiscent of the Kessel at Stalingrad. Even Demandware’s Ulrike Müller, “Chief Software Architect” (of Germanic dinosaur J2ee code bloat?) has chimed in with a completely unbiased bit of ranting. Now LA’s Magneto (taking the metaphor further) has scored a major victory with an enourmous $22.5 Million dar Bozhii, or “gift from God,” of an investment from a group of undisclosed investors, which they will undoubtedly use to beat Demandware over the head with. It’s put up or shut up time, Schlaubergern!


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Woburn’s SensAble Technologies, a developer of touch-sensor computer modeling technologies, raises $8 Million from a group of undisclosed investors March 8, 2010

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Woburn’s SensAble Technologies, a developer of touch-sensor computer modeling technologies, raises $8 Million from a group of undisclosed investors.

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Woburn’s Monotype Imaging Holdings acquires Redwood Shores, CA’s Planetweb for $1.9 Million December 18, 2009

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Woburn’s Monotype Imaging Holdings, a provider of text imaging technology, has announced it has acquired Redwood Shores, CA’s Planetweb, a provider of user interface software, for $1.9 Million.

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