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Toronto-based Swift Medical has secured $11.6 million in funding led by Data Collective in Palo Alto, California. The funding round included participation by Montreal-based Real Ventures, Toronto-based Relay Ventures, DHVC in Palo Alto, and BDC in Montreal.

Swift’s wound care management platform delivers wound care visualization and touchless 3D measurement through its Swift Skin and Wound software. The platform streamlines clinical and administrative wound care management workflows, from image capture and automatic risk scoring to assessment scheduling and claims submission.

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Toronto restaurant point-of-sale software provider TouchBistro Inc. has scored a key deal to market its services to restaurants through U.S. banking giant JPMorgan Chase & Co.

Through the partnership, TouchBistro will gain access to thousands of restaurants, brewers and other food-service industry players who are among Chase’s four million small-business clients. In addition, Chase – JPMorgan’s consumer and commercial bank banner – said it will actively promote the platform to its customers.

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Toronto-based smart thermostat maker ecobee has raised an $80 million Series C in a round led by Energy Impact Partners, followed by eight institutional investors including Thomvest, Relay Ventures, and the Amazon Alexa Fund.

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Vancouver-based Mojio has raised a $30 million Series B to support the growth of its connected car solution.

The Series B was led by Kensington Capital, which is also the firm that manages the $100 million BC Tech Fund. Mojio was the first company to receive investment when the fund was announced last year, though the amount was undisclosed.

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