Israel’s technology scene has produced a number of successful startups in recent years, including Waze, which was acquired and exited $2.3B. US investors like Lightspeed Venture Partners and Battery Ventures have also been active in this market.
As momentum increases in the “startup nation,” we used CB Insights data to highlight 12 early-stage Israeli enterprise tech companies to keep an eye on. These are companies that have all raised funding in 2014 or later, but have not yet raised a Series B round. Included in our analysis are Revelator, a sales and marketing startup, and Namogoo a security startup focused on preventing client-side malware.
|Name||Logo||Description||Total Disclosed Funding||Select Investors|
||$10M||Lightspeed VP, Carmel Ventures|
|Nyotron Information Security||
||Cybersecurity software||$10M||Mivtach Shamir Holdings|
||Storage solution for data centers||$8M||Battery Ventures, Lightspeed VP|
||Product pricing software||$7.7M||Titanium Investments, JAL Ventures|
||SQL analytics software||$7.4M||Blumberg Capital|
||Transactions security||$5.6M||Founder Collective, Formation 8, Genesis Partners|
||$5M||83North, Blumberg Capital|
||E-Commerce video solution||$4.2M||Magma VP, Maverick Venture Management|
||Analytics for managing company’s cloud services||$4M||Titanium Investments|
||SaaS sales tool||$1.5M||Jerusalem Venture Partners|
||Cloud based server management software||$1.2M||Giza VC|
||Sales and marketing software||$500K||Angel Investors|
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