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Bootkik, a consumer platform for sharing and implementing expertise, has been accepted into Silicon Valley-based Founders Embassy’s summer 2019 program, making it the only Canadian startup accepted into the cohort.
The San Diego-based software developer eSub Construction Software has raised $12 million in a new round of financing for its project management platform for contractors.
Salesforce cloud backup startup OwnBackup raises $23.25M(SILICONANGLE)
OwnBackup Ltd., which offers a cloud backup service for Salesforce.com Inc. services, has raised $23.25 million in new funding.
The company, which went public in March, reported a 36 percent year-over-year increase in both quarterly and total annual revenue.
Maple Grove SaaS startup Crosscode raises $9.25M(BIZJOURNALS)
Crosscode, a software development company that focuses on helping companies manage their software assets, announced that it had closed on a $9.25 million round of funding.
Montreal-based Smart Reno, a home renovation platform that connects consumers to renovation contractors, has been acquired by RBC Ventures, the investment arm of the Royal Bank of Canada.
Although Ritual has released a series of other services, its baseline offering is almost indistinguishable from that of Uber Eats’ Pickup.
With the business software market moving quickly towards a SaaS-dominant future, business leaders who manage these technology resources should understand how to create more value from SaaS tools by maximizing their relationships with SaaS vendors.
Kustomer has been on a fundraising tear in the last 12 months. It was just in January of this year that it announced a Series C of $35 million. Before that, in June 2018, it raised $26 million.
Kitchener-based Bridgit, offering a project management platform for construction businesses, has announced its second product, Bridgit Bench, a resource planning tool, that is now publicly available.
At its core, Pico is an identity layer for media — offering a way to implement paywalls, checkouts and analytics while actually knowing who your customers are.
ApplyBoard, a Kitchener-Waterloo-based AI-enabled recruitment platform helping international students apply to post-secondary education in North America, recently closed a $55 million CAD Series B.