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Collage raises $5 million from Diagram to sate insurance industry’s appetite for digital solutions(BETAKIT)
Collage will use the funding to continue development of its all-in-one HR platform and pursue insurance partnerships.
This financing round was led by Turn/River Capital with participation from Scaleworks and Rackspace. The funding will help accelerate Mailgun’s product roadmap and expand customer support.
Finaeo said its platform provides insurance advisors with an AI-enabled digital assistant and sales coach informing advisors of upsell and cross-sell opportunities.
Almost every SMB is expected to have launched at least one Software as a Service cloud application by the end of 2017, according to a Techaisle survey.
Hootsuite acquires New York-based LiftMetrix to help customers measure social marketing ROI(BETAKIT)
This marks Hootsuite’s second acquisition this month.
Sofdesk, provider of a sales acceleration platform, has received the funding from EnerTech Capital and BDC Venture Capital.
Flash forward to SaaS success(ITPROPORTAL)
SaaS providers are looking for smarter storage solutions to serve as the foundation of their application stack.
The round was co-led by Golden Venture Partners, Felicis Ventures, and Garage Capital. BDC Capital, which previously invested in the company, also participated in the round.
153 SaaS jobs announced for Dublin in four companies(SILICONREPUBLIC)
The companies PressReader, Looker, ThinkSmart, and ArtofUs will be moving operations to Dublin from North America and Europe, creating 153 jobs in the process.
AirMap, an airspace management platform for drones, raises $26 million from Microsoft, Qualcomm, others(VENTUREBEAT)
The Series B round was co-led by Microsoft Ventures, with participation form Qualcomm Ventures, Airbus Ventures, Rakuten, Sony, Yuneec, General Catalyst, and Lux Capital.
Absolute has launched Application Persistence, a new product meant to help IT and security leaders with endpoint management.