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The new expansion of the Kitchener-Waterloo company’s offering aims to make it easy for sales professionals to create personalized video.
Distru, a maker of supply chain software for the cannabis industry, has raised $3 million led by Felicis
Distru, a nearly three-year-old, Oakland-based startup whose platform aims to help track cannabis through its seed-to-sale process, has raised $3 million in seed funding.
Trying to grow faster and faster, outpacing your valuation and filling shoes that are too big feels precarious.
Toronto-based Intelex Technologies, an Environmental, Health, Safety and Quality (EHSQ) SaaS company, has been acquired for $570 million USD by Industrial Scientific.
Google made a big splash when it announced it’s going to acquire Looker, a hot analytics startup that’s raised more than $280 million.
Its SaaS-based platform offers a value proposition to various stakeholders such as employees, managers, project leaders, HR process owners and CEOs.
“Lightspeed wouldn’t have happened if it had not been for me investing in myself and as an instrument.”
Barcelona-based Onna, a startup that centralizes proprietary information, has raised a €9.8 million Series A funding round to grow its central information access product.
The event will features speakers from Slack, IBM, and RBC. Get in free using the code “BetaKitPROMO”.
A new Oracle and Microsoft agreement simplifies the elements needed to run cross-cloud workloads, such as integrated authentication, high-speed data interconnects, and a unified security model.
Laura Simpson, CEO of Halifax-based Side Door, is the first winner of the Gerry Pond Sales Award, presented by Atlantic Canada accelerator Propel, last week.