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This brings the company’s total funding to $12 million following a $2 million seed round.
This year’s SAAS NORTH conference is bringing you 100 speakers across 40 sessions taking place over two days, but that’s just to start! There are nearly 20 networking opportunities for you to connect with speakers, investors, SaaS founders and their teams, check out all the features happening at SAAS NORTH.
OpenText said the acquisition would help it target sectors like life sciences and healthcare.
Slack is known for their unprecedented growth in the SaaS community. They now have over 8 million daily active users! So, how did they do it? Fareed Mosavat, Lifecycle Product Manager, takes you behind the scenes into how Slack leveraged freemium and a bottoms-up approach to achieve this scale.
While they reduce some management burdens for enterprise IT teams, SaaS apps don’t exactly run on autopilot, either. Be sure to put a proper support model in place.
The company aims to use technology to make end-of-life planning simpler, and encourage more Canadians to create a will.
The new Asana Business tier includes new tools such as Portfolio, which will give managers the ability to view what everyone in an organization is working on in Asana — a “mission control” that provides a single view of what is going on.
Offlinx is powered by a tagging mechanism that anonymously links browsing data to transactions that process through Moneris’ national payment network.
This Series B round was led by Line, the Japanese messaging app firm, and Mirai Creation Fund.
The funding was led by One Peak Ventures and Morgan Stanley Expansion Capital, with participation from Creandum, Eight Roads, and Greenbridge Partners.
IBM and Red Hat’s partnership has spanned 20 years, with IBM serving as an early supporter of Linux.
Handshake, a platform for both students looking to take their early career steps and employers that want to reach them, raised the funding from EQT Ventures, with participation from several other investment organizations.
Closing of the offering is subject to approval of the TSX Venture Exchange.
The funding was led by Lightspeed Venture Partners, with participation from existing investors Redpoint Ventures and Resolute Ventures.