Stanford-StartX's Zinier took its overall funding to $120m in a round that included returning investor Qualcomm Ventures, with the cash to go to international growth and product development.

Zinier, the US-based developer of a service automation software platform backed by Stanford University-affiliated Stanford-StartX Fund, secured $90m yesterday in a series C round led by multi-family office Iconiq Capital. Qualcomm Ventures, mobile semiconductor producer Qualcomm’s corporate venture capital subsidiary, took part in the round, as did NGP Capital, the VC firm spun out of…

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