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Lightspeed now has a loyalty solution integrated and geared towards apparel boutiques, pet stores, quick service establishments, and fine dining restaurants.
Quali Systems offers a cloud-based platform for the automation of software testing and other DevOps processes.
Finalclad has developed a SaaS and mobile app to help construction workers and other construction stakeholders collaborate digitally.
Launched in 2009, Espresso Capital provides flexible and non-dilutive funding options to Canada’s tech industry, including funding to over 240 Canadian SaaS companies and other technology firms.
G2 Crowd has been establishing itself as a place where IT buyers can discover and buy software and services for solving specific issues; and if they already are already using or considering a product, a place where they can read other’s reviews and compare it against competitors.
The newly formed investment arm of the marketing and sales company will support seed, Series A, and Series B rounds, with limited support for Series C rounds.
Pursuit acted as an advanced analytics engine for Overwatch and Fortnite.
The design collaboration startup now sees $100 million in annual recurring revenue.
The funding was led by Alpha JWC Ventures and Beenext.
In the past, Casselman served as League’s chief health officer.
The round was led by Insight Venture Partners, with participation from existing investors Madrona, NEA, and Wing.
Launched in 2015, Joyride’s scooter-share platform targets the Canadian and UK markets.
Solo.io develops open source and enterprise software for enterprises to adopt and operate innovative cloud native technologies like microservices, serverless and service mesh.