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Dräger acquired a stake in Focus FS through an undisclosed investment amount, and plans to help the Atlantic Canada startup sell its software solutions.
Clumio, which is coming out of stealth, wants to modernize enterprise data protection by eliminating the on-premise hardware in favor of a flexible, SaaS-style cloud-based backup solution.
Nudge Rewards raises $12 million CAD(BETAKIT)
Nudge Rewards stated that this capital will help scale its go-to-market capacity and “drive innovation in employee experience management.”
The SaaS services are an attempt to commercialize and expand its CI/CD tools.
FanSaves, a SaaS company that wants to help organizations increase engagement among their fanbase, has won the second annual RC100 competition.
All Narrator clients use the same consistent format to absorb and manage their data, saving startups time and heaps of money.
1Password, a Toronto-based password manager, recently announced its B2B revenue has risen more than 300 percent over the last two years.
Berlin-based proptech startup Zenhomes raises €13 million for its digital tenant management platform(EUSTARUPS)
Founded in 2016, the startup has raised €13 million in a Series A funding round from new and existing investors, bringing the total raised by the startup to €19 million.
DisGovr Canada, a platform helping tech companies connect with the government’s public sector, has partnered with Toronto-based accelerator the DMZ to bring its quarterly GovTech Summit to Toronto.
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The company reported that its users now spend an average of 22 billion minutes a month reading the platform’s original stories.
Just a couple of months after disclosing a $15 million round of funding, vCita, the business management SaaS for SMEs, has made an acquisition.
The SaaS company, previously headquartered in Edmonton, said the move is a result of its growth, which involved nearly doubling in size within the last year.
Toronto-based MinuteBox, a corporate record, minute book, and legal entity management platform, has purchased Conductor, a document generation platform for law firms and legal departments, from NetPleadings.