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James Yersh will be responsible for the financial functions of the business, human resources, and risk and compliance.
DocuSign competes with HelloSign and Adobe Sign, among others, but has managed to sign up many of the largest enterprises including T-Mobile, Salesforce, Morgan Stanley, and Bank of America.
Q1’s $1.28 billion funding amount is the largest seen since CB Insights began collecting MoneyTree data in 2012.
Slite, a mobile note app for teams to share knowledge and content, raised the funding from eFounders, Y Combinator, and others.
When asked how to change the price of SaaS products without upsetting existing customers, Abaza said, “you need to be clear and transparent as to why the price is changing and what the value will be.”
Rocketrip, which incentivizes employees to save money on booking their next business trip, raised the $15 million Series C funding from GV, with participation from Bessemer Venture Partners and Canaan Partners.
The Series B was led by Netherlands-based PPF Group.
Uberflip currently has over 1,000 B2B customers.
BigCommerce, which has developed a template for its customers to launch websites with manageable shipping and payments tracking, raised the funding from Goldman Sachs, with participation from General Catalyst, GGV Capital, and Tenaya Capital.
The all-cash deal will allow ServiceNow to “help customers drive digital transformation by providing transparency into software license utilization and costs.”
The IT department used to make decisions about technology adoption. But according to Nintex’s SVP of technology strategy, other departments are now making the push for the latest and greatest tech.
The seed round was led by Nexus Venture Partners, with participation from GREE Ventures.