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Toronto-based Groupdesk, a B2B SaaS company focused on group travel, has announced that Janice Sousa will join the company as co-founder and CEO to expand the company’s client portfolio.
Though the lion’s share of the enterprise SaaS market belongs to Microsoft, Synergy notes that the market is fragmented. Each vendor has a segment it leads.
The Canadian Internet Registration Authority (CIRA) has partnered with Fredericton-based Beauceron Security to launch a new cybersecurity training and awareness platform.
Described as a “conversation review and QA tool for support teams,” Klaus is designed to help companies improve the quality of customer service.
The global market potential for commercial use of drones is estimated to be more than $127 billion – however the growing deployment of drones gives rise to predictable challenges.
Even as much of the world is digitizing its governance, in small towns and villages of India, data about its citizens is still being largely logged on long and thick notebooks.
Montreal-based AlayaCare, which provides AI-powered cloud software for homecare providers, has raised a $51 million CAD Series C round.
To date, the company has raised $10 million from First VC, Heartcore Capital, Xavier Niel and others.
While there are many costs, security, and scalability benefits with SaaS solutions, challenges still arise when the time comes to roll out to end users.
Jobber, an Edmonton-founded SaaS company with a platform built for growing home service businesses, has announced it is adding Shawn Cadeau and Sara Cooper to its executive team.