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Visier, which provides workforce intelligence solutions, raised the round from Sorenson Capital, with participation from existing investors Foundation Capital, Summit Partners, and Adams Street Partners.
Jamie Petten, director of marketing at L-SPARK, highlights women making waves in the Canada’s startup and tech community.
Market observers see it as a potential tipping point for SaaS providers, which historically have not been embraced by investors on Wall Street.
This makes Friar the company’s first female director.
Oracle’s shares soared to a record Thursday after the maker of database software signaled growing demand for cloud-based services that compete with Amazon and Salesforce.
Enterprise cloud apps are fast becoming the future of business computing, but many organisations still have concerns around security.
SelluSeller, which offers ecommerce sellers a one-stop solution to manage products and inventory, has already integrated major online marketplaces like Amazon, and eBay in India.
Article, an ecommerce furniture and decor brand, is moving its headquarters into a 115,000 square feet warehouse.
Yext, a self-styled “knowledge engine” that helps businesses keep their listings on search engines up-to-date, has filed for an IPO. The offering is said to raise $100 million.
Here’s a look at the top 13 enterprise SaaS market leaders in the fourth quarter of 2016, according to Synergy.
The funding round was led by Iconiq Capital. ServiceTitan provides software that helps owners of home service businesses streamline their operations.
Jibestream’s wayfinding technology is being used at the new Oishei Children’s Outpatient Center to help patients better navigate the space.
The e-mail marketing company raised the Series A from Walden International, with participation from existing investors Wavemaker Partners, MDI Ventures, and Convergence Ventures.
If you want to be in the 10% of startups that succeed, it’s not enough to create a great product. You also need a carefully designed and executed marketing strategy.