S|W: The SaaS Weekly – How many SaaS tools does a startup need?

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BetaKit

Clio announces five finalists of its Launch//Code integration contest

Vancouver-based legal-tech startup Clio has announced the five finalists of the 2019 Launch//Code Contest.


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TechCrunch

BoxGroup raises its first externally backed fund to invest in seed-stage startups

BoxGroup, the seed-stage investment firm led by David Tisch, has today announced that it has raised its very first fund from limited partners.


How many SaaS tools do you really need to start your business?

Of course, you don’t need to use everything, but what’s the right amount? In other words, what’s the Goldilocks SaaS stack for a startup?


Berlin-based IoT startup EMnify raises €8 million Series A round

Berlin–based EMnify is a Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) company with the aim of revolutionising the mobile Internet of Things (IoT).


BetaKit

Voilà! raises $3 million for workforce scheduling software

Voilà!, a Québec-based scheduling and workforce optimization software startup, has received an investment of nearly $3 million.


Clinical trial SaaS startup Florence raises $7.1M

The startup, which assists clinical trials through software by managing document and data flow between research sites and sponsors, will use the funding for Florence’s product offerings.


ThousandEyes recognized as leading SaaS and cloud innovator with two new award wins

ThousandEyes has also been recognized over the last year by the TechWorld Techies, SIIA CODiEs, Interop ITX, Interop Japan and the Cloud Industry Forum.


BetaKit

L-Spark announces six SaaS startups participating in fall 2019 cohort

L-Spark, the Ottawa-based SaaS accelerator, has announced the startups participating in its fall 2019 cohort.


TechCrunch

Tiger Global values people management tool Lattice at ~$200M

The secretive New York-based hedge fund Tiger Global Management has led a $25 million Series C investment in Lattice, an employee performance and engagement management tool, with participation from the startup’s existing investors.


Zurich-based fleet management startup Avrios raises €12.8 million in Series B funding round

Zurich–based Avrios International AG is a fleet management company with over 90,000 vehicles for its business customers.



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Caitlin Hotchkiss

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