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The online home rentals platform will collect an eight percent provincial sales tax (PST) on behalf of hosts.
The Series D round was led by Meritech Capital Partners, with participation from PSP Growth, Cross Creek Advisors, B Capital Group, and others.
Jiffy on Demand allows users to request home maintenance from trade professionals nearby who are vetted by the company.
Think3 is looking to buy SaaS startups so their founders can go out and build new companies, giving them either $500,000 (with no equity) or $1 million (with equity) in funding to do so.
The app helps children with learning disabilities follow a routine and receive a reward for completion, per psychologist-documented best practices.
Datos IO said its software can restore workloads in a matter of minutes following an outage, and reduce backup-related storage requirements by up to 90 percent.
The Mendoza Line model enables identifying — at every stage in the life of a SaaS company — a growth rate, below which that company is not on a clear, venture-backable trajectory.
The company said it plans to generate $17 billion USD in new business revenue in Canada by 2022.
“It will make it easier for Japanese companies to build highly available, performant applications. Customers will benefit from lower latency for their cloud-based workloads and data,” said Google Cloud Japan’s managing director, Shinichi Abe.
WebEngage provides a marketing automation software that helps business-to-customers companies drive more revenues from their existing customers and anonymous users.
iComplyICO offers a platform automating compliance procedures for initial coin offerings and other digitized assets.