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Automat, which allows brands to build conversational bots, raised the round from brandtech group You & Mr Jones, with participation from new investors Comcast Ventures and Omidyar Technology Ventures.
Netskope, which helps companies secure their cloud-stored data, plans to use the funding to achieve “financial independence.”
Kit has had over 3 million conversations with merchants since it was acquired last year.
Oracle added new adaptive access capabilities into Oracle Identity Cloud Service (SOC), risk monitoring that uses machine learning engines, and expanded its Cloud Access Security Broker (CASB) service to support its SaaS products with automated threat detection.
Must-haves for digital transformation(TALKINCLOUD)
Digital transformation will mean different things to different companies, but any organization that is looking to create new possibilities for its business through digital technology needs to focus on four strategic IT priorities.
The funding round was led by the Vancouver Founder Fund.
SaaS office tools are a fast-growing market segment. What are the implications for IT implementers, the benefits of cloud scalability and versatility, and the potential drawbacks?
CEO and Founder Girish Mathrubootham said the rebranding to Freshworks would not just the change the way businesses do customer support, but to refresh the way they do business.
Upbrella construction is developing crane-less roof technology.
Cornerstone, a learning and HR software company, said it will redesign its site with a Netflix-style interface that tells user what online-learning they might want to try next.
With $2.1 million in funding, Zoom.ai wants its automated assistant to be the next Salesforce(BETAKIT)
The round included participation from Extreme Venture Partners, BetaWorks, MaRS IaF, BDC, and the Golden Triangle Angel Network.
The Series A round was led by San Francisco-based VC SQue Capital.
Jibestream released a suite of features to help developers embed indoor maps into web and mobile apps.