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This week, Mojio announced the close of a $52 million CAD funding round. Over 50% of that money came in 2017.
Businesses at work(OKTA)
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The round was led by Real Ventures, with participation from Toronto-based ScaleUp Ventures (SUV).
It helps empower businesses to be more goal-driven and productive.
Micro Focus said the addition of Interset’s predictive analytic technology adds to its Security, Risk, and Governance portfolio, which concentrates on managing identities, securing applications, and protecting data.
Back in 2011, prominent Silicon Valley investor Marc Andreessen made one of the most astute observations of the internet age: “Software is eating the world.” Nearly a decade later, his prognostication has come true in a big way.
The SaaS platform by zenloop allows businesses to monitor and respond to feedback in real-time, offering the customers to fill out surveys across every touchpoint in their journey.
Talemetry will join California-based recruiting software Jobvite, enterprise-ready employee referral platform, RolePoint, and Canvas, a British text-based conversational recruiting company, as part of the acquisition.
As urban mobility becomes more fragmented, Citymapper wants to act as an aggregator.
Mambu raises €30M in funding (FINSMES)
Mambu, a SaaS banking platform, raised the funding from Bessemer Venture Partners.
Investors in this private funding round include, the current board chairman Rob Chase, current CEO David MacLaren, and former director Robert Garnett, who have collectively subscribed for $760,000, while new investors have subscribed for $265,080 of the offering.
JFrog acquires Shippable, adding continuous integration and delivery to its DevOps platform (TECHCRUNCH)
Shippable employees are joining JFrog and plan to release the first integrations with Enterprise+ this coming summer, and a full integration by Q3 of this year.