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The last Canadian tech company to go public was Shopify in May 2015.
The round was co-led by technology funds Vertical Venture Partners and Grayhawk Capital.
“We’re at a stage where companies are now starting to reach scale,” said Dasilva. “You’re seeing lots of exciting companies that don’t need to move to the Valley to be market leaders.”
Squad, which offers a workflow automation platform, raised the funds from early-stage investor Blume Ventures.
For Stuart Blyth, direrctor at SilverBridge, the current drive towards digitalisation is an ideal opportunity for insurers to adopt a cloud-based approach to their systems.
Ooka Island beginnings stretch back to 1960. It now has 95 books, and over 80 hours of personalized learning available on iOS and Android devices.
3 tips for maximizing Software-as-a-Service growth(ENTREPRENEUR)
Many companies that sell SaaS applications can struggle with driving adoption and expanding their reach. Here are three tips for capturing more revenue in today’s fiercely competitive SaaS market.
ASCAP members will receive LANDR’s basic subscription and one HD WAV per month at no charge.
Qwilr’s new financing is provided by Germany’s Point Nine, a VC firm that specializes in SaaS businesses.
Growing subscribers who make a long-term commitment to your software platform is key to marketing. Here are 6 of the countless possibilities for your SaaS marketing plan, along with examples of companies doing it right.
Qualtrics, an online survey research platform, raised $180 million in new venture funding by Insight Venture Partners and Accel, with participation from Sequoia Capital.