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Toronto-based Hubdoc’s co-founder and CEO Jamie McDonald has been appointed executive general manager of product, accounting, and global services at global FinTech giant Xero.
The company crossed the 100,000 customer barrier in the past year, out of an estimated six million small businesses in the United States.
Seventeen Saskatchewan-based projects and startups, including Saskatoon-based 7shifts and Coconut Software, have received a collective $21 million in funding from the federal government.
Through a software-as-a-service (SaaS) application dubbed AllSpark, Near collects massive amounts of anonymized data from around the world.
Two Toronto-based tech companies have announced major leadership additions to their team. Here’s the latest update on who’s going where.
FeaturePeek, a member of the Y Combinator Summer 2019 cohort, wants to change the way companies review front-end interfaces.
Set Scouter, a peer-to-peer platform connecting film producers with homeowners looking to rent their spaces for production, has acquired Los Angeles-based film scouting startup Wrapal.com.
In such a crowded space, the scope for innovation or niche play will be very limited.
Two Toronto-based startups have announced fresh funding rounds to fuel their growth. Here’s the latest on who has raised.
In a field where the laboratory notebook is still considered the state of the art, it’s no wonder a company like Benchling, which provides software for managing life sciences research, was able to nab $34.5 million.
Toronto-based cannabis software startup Ample Organics has made company-wide layoffs, reducing its staff by around 16 percent, BetaKit has learned.
Since Murphy’s appointment, the startup has tracked some notable milestones.