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Autonomic CEO Sunny Madra will join Ford to run Ford X.
Sumo Logic, which helps business users analyze log files, is looking to the company is looking to improve its AI capabilities, along with its ability to support Internet of Things uses.
Tigera, which offers these enterprises a solution for secure application connectivity based on its CNX platform, raised the funding from Madrona Venture Group.
Vention wants to democratize the process of building industrial parts.
Rainforest QA, an on-demand software QA service, raised the funds from Silicon Valley Bank, Bessemer Venture Partners, Sutter Hill Capital, Rincon Ventures, and Initialized Capital.
The funding was led by Bessemer Venture Partners with participation from the investment arms of Salesforce and Slack.
WorkMarket includes payment systems, management for extended employee networks, as well as a marketplace for piecing together a workforce that can fill the gaps for companies looking to operate outside of the traditional range that full-time employees might operate.
The platform will incorporate online grocery ordering, automated fulfillment, and home delivery.
Whether it’s automating responses to inbound sales queries, identifying expense reports for audit, or surfacing anomalies in data, machine learning improves workflow software. Why? Because machine learning is focused on efficiency gains.
Snowflake raised the Series E venture funding from ICONIQ Capital, Altimeter Capital, and Sequoia Capital. This move gives the cloud data warehouse provider the funding to expand and call its own timing to go public.
Here’s a roundup on the Waterloo Region companies set to make strides this year.