Genius.com this morning announced that it has closed its fifth round of venture capital funding, led by Emergence Capital. Existing investors Mohr Davidow Ventures, Accel Partners and Deep Fork Capital also participated in the round, while earlier backer Walden International apparently did not.
The size of the round was not disclosed – Genius.com had raised over $40 million over four rounds in the past according to CrunchBase.
In a stupendous twist of irony, the San Mateo company managed to misspell its own name in the press release (screenshot below for posterity), triggering yours truly to chuckle.
Update: looks like they fixed it.
Funny typos aside, Genius.com, which offers marketing automation and sales lead management solutions, says it has been operating profitably and will use the additional capital to step up product development and marketing efforts.
Genius.com, is the leading provider of Marketing Automation and demand generation solutions that enable both marketing and sales users to quickly identify and connect with their best prospects, without IT. Customer use Genius solutions to automate email marketing and lead nurturing campaigns that deliver the most qualified leads directly to their frontline sales reps, so they can immediately follow-up on their best opportunities. Genius is funded by Accel Partners, Deep Fork Capital, Emergence Capital, and Mohr Davidow Ventures...