SailThru, A Personalized Content And Analytics Platform, Is Raising A ~$20 Million Series B Round Of Financing

SailThru, A Personalized Content And Analytics Platform, Is Raising A ~$20 Million Series B Round Of Financing

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New Sailthru, an analytics startup that helps companies deliver personalized content to every unique user, is raising a fresh $20-25 million Series B round, multiple sources say. The round is still underway and the lead investor is yet to be determined. We've heard there's interest from both Khosla Ventures and IVP....
SailThru, A Personalized Content And Analytics Platform, Is Raising A ~$20 Million Series B Round Of Financing
                             

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