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Braingrid raises $2.5 million to grow analytics platform for the cannabis industry(BETAKIT)
The company is working to go public on the Canadian Securities Exchange in the next 90 days.
Intello scores $1.3 million seed round for SaaS management platform (TECHCRUNCH)
Intello, which helps companies track and manage all that information in a dashboard, raised the funding from Emerge, with participation from BoxGroup, Blacktop, and others.
Espial shares rise as Ottawa tech firm records first SaaS revenues (OBJ)
Espial, which develops software and platforms for smart televisions and cable companies, launched its Elevate SaaS offering in the third quarter of 2017.
Outsourcing management startup 4me announces $1.65 million seed investment led by Storm Ventures(TECHCRUNCH)
4me, which helps companies organize and track their IT outsourcing projects, plans to use the funding to accelerate its growth, primarily in the US and UK.
Naborly launches free tenant screening to combat housing discrimination (BETAKIT)
“Where you live is incredible important. It determines who you’re friends with, what school you go to, what kind of values you build.”
5 changes companies will see after moving to SaaS (TECHREPUBLIC)
A move to SaaS not only streamlines software access, but also transforms networks and changes hardware lifecycle patterns. Here are the five improvements you should expect to see.
The ROI of cash burn for SaaS startups(TOMTUNGUZ)
“Remaining disciplined about unit economics and cost structure is critical to weathering the ups and downs of the market. It’s the single most important control lever a business has.”
Customer service bot startup Agent IQ announces $6.3 million Series A led by Sierra Ventures (TECHCRUNCH)
The round was led by Sierra Ventures with participation from CRCM and Rubicon Venture Capital.