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The financing will help Hootsuite expand its solution into industries like government and healthcare.
The funding comes from CRV and Caffeinated Capital, with participation from Freestyle Ventures and Slow Ventures.
The startup announced the launch of its real-time construction scheduling product.
Salesforce says Essentials will future-proof businesses in the rapidly evolving digital environment, and allow them to work smarter, faster, and focus on customers.
Cloudflare announced Cloudflare Workers, a service that enables developers to write code to execute directly at the edge of the Cloudflare network.
Uber said that while the company disagrees with the privacy commissioner’s ruling, it will comply with the decision.
The activity on Zscaler could point to a bullish moment for security startups, and potentially public listings for tech companies in general — as well as some pent-up demand in a climate that has been somewhat dry for big tech IPOs after some notable flops.
Showpass’ platform allows its users to check out directly on their website, offer merchandise add-ons with tickets, and scan tickets at POS.
Dropbox also revealed that it had sold $100 million worth of stock to Salesforce Ventures in a private transaction. Those shares will be sold at the final IPO price and will be subject to a lockup period.
The seed round was led by Joe Montana’s Liquid 2 Ventures. Other investors include Founders’ Co-op, Future Perfect Ventures and 9Mile Labs.
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