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    Friday, November 2, 2012
    Trimble Buys Construction Software Company
    Sunnyvale-based Trimble said Friday that it has acquired Vico Software, which develops software for the commercial construction industry. Financial terms of the acquisition were not disclosed. Trimble said the asset acquisition will help extend its solutions for building construction. Trimble said that Vico Software will be reported as part of its Engineering and Construction segment.

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    SugarCRM Eyes IPO
    The recent, high profile success of IPOs from a number of enterprise software companies has Cupertino-based SugarCRM eyeing an IPO next year, according to a report today. Larry Augustin, CEO of the company, said that the firm may look to ride the wave of enterprise computing initial public offerings as early as next year. The report and interview with Augustin Full story)


    Silicon Valley Venture Capitalist Confidence Up In Q3
    A report issued this week from the University of San Francisco, the Silicon Valley Venture Capitalist Confidence Index, find that the confidence of venture capitalist ticked up a bit in the third quarter. The index--based on a September survey of 31, San Francisco Bay Area venture capitalists--found that venture capitalists were slightly more confident last quarter than the prior quarter. The index registered 3.53 out of 5, compared with 3.47 for the previous quarter. The index is compile (More info...)

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    Neo Technology Gains $11M For Graph Databases
    San Mateo-based Neo Technology, which develops open source database tool Neo4j, said Friday that it has raised $11M in a Series B funding round. The firm said the funding came from its existing investors, which include Fidelity Growth Partners Europe and Conor Venture Partners. Neo4j is a graph database which enables high performance retrieval of interconnected, graph data, a task which is very computation intensive for standard SQL other databas (More info...)

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    Flurry Lands $25M More
    San Francisco-based Flurry, the mobile analytics and advertising firm headed by Simon Khalaf, disclosed this morning that it has raised $25M in a funding round. The round was led by Crosslink Capital and also included former investors Menlo Ventures, Draper Fisher Jurvetson, InterWest Partners, Union Square Ventures, First Round Capital and Draper Richards.

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