Apperian, Exinda, Adelphic, & More Boston-Area Dealmakers

Xconomy Boston — 

Here’s a mix of New England tech and life sciences fundings we’ve tracked down over the last week.

—Apperian, a Boston-based company focused on enterprise mobile app management, has added $12.4 million in financing to its pot. The money comes from return investors North Bridge Venture Partners, Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers’ iFund, Bessemer Venture Partners, and CommonAngels.

Adelphic Mobile announced its $2 million seed funding round from Matrix Partners today. The Lexington, MA-based startup has a team of 10, including founders Changfeng Wang and Jennifer Lum, and is working on improving the process for buying and selling mobile ads.

—SavingStar, a Waltham, MA-based digital grocery coupon startup nabbed $9 million in Series C funding. DCM led the deal, joined by previous SavingStar investors Flybridge Capital Partners, First Round Capital, and IA Ventures.

—Boston-based Exinda, a maker of network optimization technology, pulled in $12 million in Series B funding from return backer OpenView Venture Partners and new investor Greenspring Associates.

—Cambridge, MA-based Alzheimer’s drug developer NeuroPhage Pharmaceuticals expanded its second funding round to $21.4 million, with a fresh $9 million from existing investors, including Merieux Developpement and Shire.