Sisense raises $80 million

Business intelligence and analytics company Sisense has raised $80 million. The investment was led by Insight Venture Partners. The round included additional participation from existing investors, said the company in a statement.

Zack Urlocker, previously COO of Duo Security and Zendesk, is joining the Sisense board of directors.

Sisense has raised $200 million to date.

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