The company, which was founded in Israel and is managed through its Silicon Valley headquarters, has raised until today an estimated $30 million, according to Tech Crunch, or $44 million, according to IVC Research Center.
The current financing round was led by former Lehman Brothers VC fund Tenaya Capital.
Kenshoo, led by Yoav Izhar-Prato, develops digital advertising management systems. Its technology is incorporated into websites such as Groupon and eBay, X Commerce and ad networks.
The company manages advertising campaigns at a total worth of some $3 billion, from which it generates tens of millions of dollars in profits. In 2011 its revenue reached an estimated $60-$80 million.
This report was originally published in Hebrew by Calcalist