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The announcement follows Communo’s launch in Seattle in June.
Organizers for this year’s SORTH NORTH have hit a 50-50 split for male and female speakers this year – a rare feat for a tech conference and a priority that will inform the annual event’s content as much as its attendance.
Most recently, Chesnais co-founded Trendspottr, which was acquired by ScribbleLive in 2017.
“The acquisition of PlanGrid will accelerate our efforts to improve construction workflows for every stakeholder in the construction process.”
The funding was led by Finland-based venture capital firm Vendep Capital, which focuses on the B2B software space.
A common question among SaaS business founders is how fast their revenue growth has to be to attract investors and potential acquirers – what does good look like?
The funding was led by Revo Capital, with participation from new investors including Coparion, Check24 Ventures, and PUSH Ventures.
Agora, a platform that makes it easier for developers to add voice and video features to their applications, raised its funding from a platform that makes it easier for developers to add voice and video features to their applications.
Knack, a peer tutoring platform for college students, raised the funding from Tampa Bay Lightning Owner & Fenway Sports Group Partner, Jeff Vinik, alongside Charles Hudson’s seed fund, Precursor Ventures, Bisk Ventures, and others.
The company offers a short-term lending platform for individuals, though this launch represents the release of its enterprise products.
“Open source technology is the backbone of many of Uber’s core services and as we continue to mature, these solutions will become ever more important,” said Uber CTO Thuan Pham.
KEV’s School Cash Suite was developed by school officials to simplify accounting and cash management tasks.
Salesforce makes undisclosed “strategic investment” in Docker, companies will cross-sell MuleSoft and Docker Enterprise
As part of the new relationship between the companies, Docker and Salesforce’s recently acquired MuleSoft division will cross-sell each other’s products when courting companies that are looking to modernize their software development organizations.