The company has now raised a total $27m including its $10.5m Series B Round, which was led by Battery Ventures.
The round follows a strong quarterly performance, which saw a 185 per cent jump in sales bookings compared with the first three motnhs of 2012 and a 245 per cent increase in revenues.
Neeraj Agrawal, Battery Ventures general partner, said, “The Tealium team continues to surpass our expectations in all areas of execution.
“We are pleased to provide additional funding as their world-class team builds the clear category leader.
“We are big believers in the structural shift of budgetary dollars from traditional IT into the marketing suite as cloud-based service providers like Tealium allow companies to increase marketing agility.”
Tenaya, which led the latest round, currently has $1bn of assets under management and is investing out of its Tenaya Capital VI fund.
The firm targets businesses in the enterprise software, internet, IT infrastructure, communications and electronics sectors. Its previous investments include Lithium, New Relic, Zuora, Kayak and Palo Alto Networks.
Back in November Tenaya backed a $30m financing round for Acquia five months after leading a $65m Series D round for computer storage solutions company Kaminario.
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