Brigham Young University (BYU) takes part in $60m series B backing software-as-a-service (SaaS) venture Domo.

Software-as-a-service firm Domo has received $60m in series B backing from Brigham Young University’s student venturing unit Cougar Capital and other investors.

Joining the Utah-based Cougar are GGV Capital, Greylock Partners, Founders Fund, Mercato Partners, Time Person of the Year 1999 Jeff Bezos through his investment unit Bezos Expeditions, and others.

The round brings Domo’s total venture funding to over $125m. Listed at number 73 on business news provider Forbes’ 100 privately held companies, the Salt Lake City-based firm previously held a two-stage series A in 2011.  Benchmark Capital, Andreessen Horowitz, Salesforce’s Marc Benioff and others supplied $43m in backing, and then Domo raised a further $20m from Institutional Venture Partners.

Domo supplies a business intelligence product that the firm calls an executive management platform, which delivers simplified data to chief executives about their company.

Chief executive officer Josh James, who previously co-founded web analytics firm Omniture, said: “Domo’s first…

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