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Cyno, a virtual healthcare startup, announced at the beginning of January that it has signed a service agreement with Canadian e-commerce giant Shopify.
It’s the company’s first product that integrates its automotive cockpit platform and Snapdragon automotive platforms with 4G and 5G support.
Sisense’s total outside funding now stands at more than $300 million when counting the capital raised by Periscope Data, a fellow business intelligence provider it absorbed through a nine-figure merger last year.
Two Canadian startups have announced fresh funding rounds to fuel their growth. Here’s the latest on who raised, how much, from whom.
BigID, a New York and Tel Aviv, Israel-based provider of privacy-oriented data discovery, intelligence and automation solutions, raised $50m in new funding.
Startup raises $6.2M to give patients a lift(MEDCITYNEWS)
By giving patients access to reliable transportation, Ride Health hopes to reduce costly no-shows and delayed hospital discharges.
The company, which has been based in Baar, Switzerland, says that it had $1 billion in revenue last year. It boasts 365,000 customers worldwide, including 81% of the Fortune 500.
Toronto-founded startup Convergence.tech has concluded a case study conducted alongside the United Nations Development Program (UNDP).
Application governance provider AvePoint Inc. has raised $200 million in funding from a group of investors headlined by TPG Sixth Street Partners and Goldman Sachs.
Tech layoffs rise as cost-cutting comes into vogue (TECHCRUNCH)
Companies cut 64,166 tech jobs in 2019, up 351% from the prior year.