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Accel reportedly led the financing with Japan-based SoftBank.
WalkMe, which has built a cloud-based platform for businesses to make web and mobile interfaces and experiences easier to navigate with on-screen guidance and prompts, raised the funds from Insight Venture Partners and other undisclosed investors.
What’s particularly striking about Microsoft’s rapid ascension in the enterprise cloud—its annualized cloud revenue run rate is now $18.9 billion—is that it’s occurring even as its closest competitors, Amazon and Salesforce, are themselves performing brilliantly.
OpenText said the acquisition is expected to complement its Discovery portfolio of software and services.
There is an explosion of Big Data and analytics happening right now outside of your cloud perimeter.
The round was led by Storm Ventures with participation from strategic investors Salesforce Ventures and Workday Ventures.
Noticeboard, a staff communication platform, plans to use the funding to strengthen its design team and develop new products and technologies.
Cyclica raised its $2.4 million Series A in September 2016.
The new additions to Pendo’s exec team not only point to the strength of Pendo’s product but also to a larger trend in tech: the migration of top talent out of Silicon Valley and into growing tech hubs across the US.
Here, we will see how the use of SaaS simplifies on-premises cloud operations in three areas: provisioning and configuration, monitoring, and management.
Jennifer Fields, who was formerly the head of national agency sales at Kijiji, is joining as Sortable’s head of strategic partnerships; while Lila Hunt, who has served in several roles at Index Exchange, is joining as the publisher solutions architect.