San Francisco-based Gupshup raises $100M

San Francisco-based Gupshup, a provider of conversational messaging tools, announced it has raised $100 million in fresh funding from Tiger Global Management. The financing sets a valuation of $1.4 billion for Gupshup, which says its API currently enables over 100,000 developers and businesses to build messaging and conversational experiences, and has been used in over 6 billion messages per month.

Ramp, a fintech company that developed a corporate card designed to help businesses spend less, raised $115 million in a Series B round. D1 Capital Partners and Stripe led the financing, which set a valuation of $1.6 billion for the 2-year-old, New York-based company.

Dublin-based Tines, a provider of no-code automation tools, closed a $26 million Series B at a $300 million valuation. The financing comes as the 3-year-old company looks to double down on growth in North America and expand its focus beyond security.