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In February 2018, Salesforce said that it wanted to commit $2 billion to growing its business in Canada.
The funding will be used to expand IFTTT’s platform in automotive, retail, and hospitality sectors.
The free database includes almost 7,000 Canadian tech companies and over 1,000 active funders.
The plan is to offer a centralized stop for doctors to monitor both electronic medical records and regular monitoring from Fitbit’s devices.
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With its latest acquisition of Meta SaaS, Flexera customers can now identify more than 32,000 SaaS applications such as Salesforce, Office 365, Slack, and Box, and manage them more easily.
Flashfood is working with Tyson Innovation Lab to launch flashfoodbox, a direct-to-consumer box containing produce that will now be delivered in the Detroit Area.
Workplace, Facebook’s enterprise version, now has 52 SaaS apps and bots, opens up for more integrations
Workplace, the more secure, closed enterprise version of Facebook that competes against the likes of Slack, Microsoft Teams, and Hipchat as a platform for employees to communicate, says that it has tens of thousands of organizations using its platform.
All great future SaaS companies will be data co-ops. The number one missed opportunity of all of the big incumbent SaaS companies is that they are not data co-ops.
Following the acquisition, all of Talenta employees are set to join Sleekr, while founder and CEO Joshua Kevin is set to lead the company’s marketing and new business division.
The funding was led by GV, along with numerous unnamed angel investors from the cloud-native community.
Ben-Ari will oversee product strategy, development, and expansion, with a focus on finding new revenue opportunities.