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Rippling launches computer inventory management as more workers remain remote

Rippling, a startup building a platform to manage all aspects of employee data, from payroll and benefits through to device management, launched Rippling Inventory Management, what founder and CEO Parker Conrad is touting as the “world’s first cloud IT closet.” The dashboard enables businesses to automatically store, ship and retrieve employee computers in a way that is remote and hands-free. Rippling stores and monitors company devices so they no longer need an “IT closet” on-site or utilize an...
Tags: Startups, TC, Enterprise, Funding, Social Media, Tech, It, SaaS, Logistics, Parker Conrad, Hiring, Mobile Device Management, Conrad, Telecommuting, Personnel, Rippling

Salesforce reaches Net Zero energy usage, announces updates to Sustainability Cloud

Salesforce has often preached about responsible capitalism, and today at Dreamforce, the company’s annual customer extravaganza, it announced a notable achievement in the battle against global climate change. The company said that it has achieved effective Net Zero energy usage across its entire value chain with 100% renewable energy, while purchasing carbon offsets when that’s not possible. At the same time, it announced updates to the Sustainability Cloud, a product that the company sells to o...
Tags: Cloud, Enterprise, Tech, Sustainability, SaaS, Salesforce, Taylor, GreenTech, Dreamforce, Alexander, Bret Taylor, Suzanne DiBianca, COO Bret Taylor, Dreamforce 2021, Ari Alexander GM

Slack releases Clips video tool, announces 16 Salesforce integrations

Slack has been talking about expanding beyond text-based messaging for some time. Today at Dreamforce, the Salesforce customer conference taking place this week, it announced Clips, a way to leave short video messages that people can watch at their leisure. Slack CEO Stewart Butterfield sees Clips as a way to communicate with colleagues when a full 30 minutes meeting isn’t really required. Instead, you can let people know what’s going on through a brief video. “Clips are a way to record yourself...
Tags: TC, Cloud, Enterprise, Messaging, Tech, SaaS, Collaboration, M&a, Clips, Salesforce, Stewart Butterfield, Slack, Clubhouse, Butterfield, Josh Constine, Bret Taylor

Fivetran hauls in $565M on $5.6B valuation, acquires competitor HVR for $700M

Fivetran, the data connectivity startup, had a big day today. For starters it announced a $565 million investment on $5.6 billion valuation, but it didn’t stop there. It also announced its second acquisition this year, snagging HVR, a data integration competitor that had raised over $50M, for $700 million in cash and stock. The company last raised a $100 million Series C on a $1.2 billion valuation, increasing the valuation by over 5x. As with that Series C, Andreessen Horowitz was back leading ...
Tags: Fundings & Exits, Startups, Cloud, Enterprise, Tech, M&a, Mergers and Acquisitions, Andreessen Horowitz, Exit, Recent Funding, Fivetran, Data Pipelines, CEAS Investments Matrix Partners, ICONIQ Capital D1 Capital Partners, HVR, Teleport Data

Bzaar bags $4M to enable US retailers to source home, lifestyle products from India

Small businesses in the U.S. now have a new way to source home and lifestyle goods from new manufacturers. Bzaar, a business-to-business cross-border marketplace, is connecting retailers with over 50 export-ready manufacturers in India. The U.S.-based company announced Monday that it raised $4 million in seed funding, led by Canaan Partners, and including angel investors Flipkart co-founder Binny Bansal, PhonePe founders Sameer Nigam and Rahul Chari, Addition founder Lee Fixel and Helion Venture...
Tags: Startups, TC, Ecommerce, Enterprise, China, Southeast Asia, India, Funding, US, Tech, Walmart, SaaS, Alibaba, Vietnam, Market, Flipkart

Flippa raises $11M to match online asset and business buyers, sellers

Flippa, an online marketplace to buy and sell online businesses and digital assets, announced its first venture-backed round, an $11 million Series A, as it sees over 600,000 monthly searches from investors looking to connect with business owners. OneVentures led the round and was joined by existing investors Andrew Walsh (former Hitwise CEO), Flippa co-founders Mark Harbottle and Matt Mickiewicz, 99designs, as well as new investors founders Gabby and Hezi Leibovich;
Tags: Amazon, Startups, TC, Ecommerce, Enterprise, Advertising Tech, Australia, Funding, Flippa, Tech, Artificial Intelligence, Austin, SaaS, Online Retail, Online Marketplace, Shopify

Zoom looks beyond video conferencing as triple-digit 2020 growth begins to slow

It’s been a heady 12-18 months for Zoom, the decade-old company that experienced monster 2020 growth and more recently, a mega acquisition with the $14.7 billion Five9 deal in July. That addition is part of a broader strategy the company has been undertaking the last couple of years to move beyond its core video conferencing market into adjacencies like phone, meeting management and messaging, among other things. Here’s a closer look at how the plan is unfolding. As the pandemic took hold in Mar...
Tags: TC, Cloud, Enterprise, Tech, SaaS, Video Conferencing, Zoom, Software Platform

Mirantis launches cloud-native data center-as-a-service software

Mirantis has been around the block, starting way back as an OpenStack startup, but a few years ago the company began to embrace cloud-native development technologies like containers, microservices and Kubernetes. Today, it announced Mirantis Flow, a fully managed open source set of services designed to help companies manage a cloud-native data center environment, whether your infrastructure lives on-prem or in a public cloud. “We’re about delivering to customers an open source-based cloud-to-clo...
Tags: Apple, Google, TC, Open Source, Cloud, Enterprise, Developer, Tech, Openstack, Vmware, Mirantis, Kubernetes, Equinix, Facebook Netflix, Amazon Microsoft, Adrian Ionel

Confluent CEO Jay Kreps is coming to TC Sessions: SaaS for a fireside chat

As companies process ever-increasing amounts of data, moving it in real time is a huge challenge for organizations. Confluent is a streaming data platform built on top of the open source Apache Kafka project that’s been designed to process massive numbers of events. To discuss this, and more, Confluent CEO and co-founder Jay Kreps will be joining us at TC Sessions: SaaS on Oct 27th for a fireside chat. Data is a big part of the story we are telling at the SaaS event, as it has such a critical ro...
Tags: Google, TC, Confluent, Open Source, Cloud, Uber, Enterprise, Microsoft, Developer, Cloud Computing, Linkedin, Tech, Cisco, Software, Netflix, SaaS

Tyk raises $35M for its open-source, open-ended approach to enterprise API management

APIs are the grease turning the gears and wheels for many organizations’ IT systems today, but as APIs grow in number and use, tracking how they work (or don’t work) together can become complex and potentially critical if something goes awry. Now, a startup that has built an innovative way to help with this is announcing some funding after getting traction with big enterprises adopting its approach. Tyk, which has built a way for users to access and manage multiple internal enterprise APIs throu...
Tags: Google, Europe, Technology, London, Enterprise, Developer, Cloud Computing, Funding, Tech, Ceo, Computing, New Zealand, Ibm, Starbucks, Api, Salesforce

CodeSignal secures $50M for its tech hiring platform

In less than a year after raising $25 million in Series B funding, technical assessment company CodeSignal announced a $50 million in Series C funding to offer new features for its platform that helps companies make data-driven hiring decisions to find and test engineering talent. Similar to attracting a big investor lead for its B round — Menlo Ventures — it has partnered with Index Ventures to lead the C round. Menlo participated again and was joined by Headline and A Capital. This round bring...
Tags: Google, Startups, TC, Technology, Enterprise, Developer, Funding, Tech, Mit, Artificial Intelligence, Engineering, Armenia, Talent, Headline, Hiring, Menlo Ventures

Fiberplane nabs €7.5M seed to bring Google Docs-like collaboration to incident response

Fiberplane, an Amsterdam-based early-stage startup that is building collaborative notebooks for SREs (site reliability engineers) to collaborate around an incident in a similar manner to group editing in a Google Doc, announced a ​​€7.5 million (approximately $8.8 million USD) seed round today. The round was co-led by Crane Venture Partners and Notion Capital, with participation from Northzone, System.One and Basecase Capital. Micha Hernandez van Leuffen (known as Mies) is founder and CEO at Fib...
Tags: Google, Startups, TC, Cloud, Enterprise, Developer, Funding, Tech, Amsterdam, Google Docs, Oracle, Incident response, Notion Capital, Hernandez, Mies, Google Doc

Fiberplane nabs € 7.5M seed to bring Google Docs-like collaboration to incident response

Fiberplane, an Amsterdam-based early stage startup that is building collaborative notebooks for SREs (site reliability engineers)  to collaborate around an incident in a similar manner to group editing in a Google Doc, announced a ​​€ 7.5M (approximately $8.8 million USD) seed round today. The round was co-led by Crane Venture Partners and Notion Capital with participation from Northzone, System.One and Basecase Capital. Micha Hernandez van Leuffen (known as Mies) is founder and CEO at Fiberplan...
Tags: Google, Startups, TC, Cloud, Enterprise, Developer, Funding, US, Tech, Amsterdam, Google Docs, Oracle, Incident response, Hernandez, Mies, Google Doc

Salesforce announces new Mulesoft RPA tool based on Servicetrace acquisition

When Salesforce announced it was buying German RPA vendor Servicetrace last month, it seemed that it might match up well with Mulesoft, the company the CRM giant bought in 2018 for $6.5 billion. Mulesoft, among other things, helps customers build APIs to legacy systems, while Servicetrace provides a way to add automation to legacy systems. Sure enough, the company announced today, that it’s planning a new Mulesoft-Servicetrace tool called Mulesoft RPA. The Servicetrace deal closed on September 2...
Tags: TC, Cloud, Enterprise, Tech, SaaS, Salesforce, Einstein, Mulesoft, RPA, Workflow Automation, John Kucera, Kucera, Einstein Automate, Servicetrace, Mulesoft RPA, Salesforce RPA

OnLoop launches with $2M to inject some fun into performance reviews

Performance reviews eat up a lot of a manager’s time and are often the most dreaded part of work. OnLoop aims to bring some joy into the process by enabling information-gathering to happen behind the scenes and be easier for hybrid workforces. The Singapore-based company designed a mobile-first product that consistently gathers employee feedback and goals so that the company has better insights into how both individuals and teams are doing. The feedback is also captured and converted into auto-g...
Tags: Startups, TC, Uber, Apps, Hong Kong, Enterprise, Workplace, Labor, Southeast Asia, Singapore, Funding, Tech, Square Peg Capital, Human Resource Management, Gallup, Andrew MacDonald

Skello raises $47.3 million for its employee scheduling tool

French startup Skello has raised a $47.3 million funding round (€40 million). The company has been working on a software-as-a-service tool that lets you manage the work schedule of your company. What makes it special is that Skello automatically takes into account local labor laws and collective agreements. Partech is leading today’s funding round. Existing investors XAnge and Aglaé Ventures are also participating. The startup had previously raised a €300,000 seed round and a €6 million Series A...
Tags: Fundings & Exits, Startups, Europe, Enterprise, Microsoft, Tech, France Newsletter, Scheduling, Partech, Aglaé Ventures, Skello, Quitterie Mathelin Moreaux

Front introduces customer-centric features with deeper CRM integration

Customer communication platform Front is holding an event today to introduce three new features. These new features focus on showing you more information about your customers right from Front’s user interface. If you’re not familiar with Front, the company started as a shared email inbox product so that you can interact with incoming emails as a team. For instance, if your company uses email lists, such as [email protected], [email protected] or [email protected], multiple team memb...
Tags: Startups, Facebook, Enterprise, Tech, SaaS, CRM, Sla, Front, Lydia, Communication Platform, First Front, Front Second Front, Current Front

Relyance AI scores $25M Series A to ensure privacy compliance at the code level

Relyance AI, an early stage startup that is helping companies stay in compliance with privacy laws at the code level, announced a $25 million Series A today. At the same time, they revealed a previously unannounced $5 million seed round. Menlo Ventures and Unusual Ventures led the A round, while Unusual was sole lead on the seed. Serial entrepreneur Jyoti Bansal from Unusual will join the board under the terms of the deal. His partner John Vrionis had previously joined after the seed round. Matt...
Tags: Startups, TC, Enterprise, Developer, Funding, Tech, Data Protection, Matt Murphy, Jyoti Bansal, Compliance, Gdpr, Reliance, Sharma, John Vrionis, Menlo, Recent Funding

Matillion raises $150M at a $1.5B valuation for its low-code approach to integrating disparate data sources

Businesses and the tech companies that serve them are run on data. At best, it can be used to help with decision-making, to understand how well or badly an organization is doing, and to build new systems to run the next generation of services. At its most challenging, though, data can represent a real headache: there is too much of it, in too many places, and too much of a task to bring it into any kind of order. Enter a startup called Matillion, which has built a platform to help companies harn...
Tags: Europe, Enterprise, Microsoft, Tech, Cisco, Atlantic, Manchester, Aws, Denver, General Atlantic, Lightspeed Venture Partners, EMEA, Chris Caulkin, Matillion, Matthew Scullion, Snowflake Amazon Redshift

Zonos banks $69M to develop APIs for democratizing cross-border commerce

Cross-border commerce company Zonos raised $69 million in a Series A, led by Silversmith Capital Partners, to continue building its APIs that auto classify goods and calculate an accurate total landed cost on international transactions. St. George, Utah-based Zonos is classifying the round as a minority investment that also included individual investors Eric Rea, CEO of Podium, and Aaron Skonnard, co-founder and CEO of Pluralsight. The Series A is the first outside capital Zonos has raised since...
Tags: Startups, TC, Ecommerce, Europe, Enterprise, Finance, Funding, Tech, Customer Experience, SaaS, Silicon Valley, Payments, Pricing, Pluralsight, Reid, MacLean

LinkedIn launches a $25M fund for creators, will test Clubhouse-style audio feature in coming weeks

When LinkedIn first launched Stories format, and later expanded its tools for creators earlier this year, one noticeable detail was that the Microsoft-owned network for professionals hadn’t built any kind of obvious monetization into the program — noticeable, given that creators earn a living on other platforms like Instagram, YouTube and TikTok, and those apps had lured creators, their content, and their audiences in part by paying out. “As we continue to listen to feedback from our members as ...
Tags: Social, Facebook, Enterprise, Microsoft, Social Networks, Social Media, Linkedin, Tech, Snapchat, Software, United States, Stories, Recruitment, Coach, Clubhouse, Social Media Platforms

LinkedIn is launching its own $25M fund and incubator for creators

When LinkedIn first launched Stories format, and later expanded its tools for creators earlier this year, one noticeable detail was that the Microsoft-owned network for professionals hadn’t built any kind of obvious monetization into the program — noticeable, given that creators earn a living on other platforms like Instagram, YouTube and TikTok, and those apps had lured creators, their content, and their audiences in part by paying out. “As we continue to listen to feedback from our members as ...
Tags: Social, Facebook, Enterprise, Microsoft, Social Networks, Social Media, Linkedin, Tech, Snapchat, Software, United States, Stories, Recruitment, Coach, Clubhouse, Social Media Platforms

Fintech startup SellersFunding raises $166.5M in equity, credit round to support e-commerce sellers

SellersFunding secured $166.5 million in a combination of Series A equity funding and a credit facility to continue developing its technology and payments platforms for e-commerce businesses. Northzone led the round and was joined by Endeavor Catalyst and Fasanara. SellersFunding CEO Ricardo Pero did not disclose the funding breakdown, but did say the company previously raised two seed rounds for a total of $40 million in equity and more than $100 million in credit facilities, including one that...
Tags: Amazon, Startups, TC, Ecommerce, Europe, London, Enterprise, Funding, Tech, Banking, SaaS, Jp Morgan, Payments, Retailers, Fintech, Northzone

Sendoso nabs $100M as its corporate gifting platform passes 20,000 customers

Corporate gift services have come into their own during the Covid-19 pandemic by standing in as a proxy for other kinds of relationship building activities — office meetings, lunches, and hosting at events — that have traditionally been part and parcel of how people do business, but were no longer feasible during lockdowns, social distancing and offices closing their doors. Now, Sendoso — a popular “end-to-end” gifting platform offering access to 30,000 products including corporate swag, regular...
Tags: Amazon, Business, Enterprise, Ebay, Softbank, Funding, Marketing, San Francisco, Gift, Tech,, Ceo, Economy, Companies, Comcast, Ireland

Big Tech salaries revealed: How much engineers, developers, and product managers make at companies including Amazon, Facebook, Google, Apple, Microsoft, Intel, Uber, IBM, and Salesforce

Business Insider analyzed salary data for workers at top tech companies. SrdjanPav/Getty Images Business Insider analyzed salary data for thousands of workers to reveal how much large tech companies pay. We crunched the numbers for companies including Airbnb, Amazon, Apple, Facebook, Google, Microsoft, Salesforce, Snap, and Uber. The data, which US companies report in visa applications for foreign workers, sheds light on how engineers, designers, and others are compensated in the competiti...
Tags: Apple, Google, Amazon, Transportation, Facebook, Uber, New York, Texas, Enterprise, Microsoft, California, US, Trends, Tech, Pay, Intel

3 keys to pricing early-stage SaaS products

Yousuf Khan Contributor Share on Twitter Yousuf Khan is a partner at Ridge Ventures. Prior to joining Ridge, he was the first CIO of Automation Anywhere, CIO and Vice President of Customer Success at cloud-based AI platform Moveworks, as well as CIO of Pure Storage, Qualys and Hult International Business School. More posts by this contributor Customer advisory boards are a gold mine for startup brand champions ...
Tags: Startups, TC, Column, Enterprise, Tech, Artificial Intelligence, SaaS, Aws, Salesforce, Enterprise Software, Product, Moveworks, EC Enterprise Applications, EC Column, Yousuf Khan, Ridge Ventures Prior

MarginEdge, a restaurant management software company, raises $18M

MarginEdge announced Monday it raised $18 million in Series B funding to give restaurant operators a real-time view into their costs. Co-founder and CEO Bo Davis founded the company with Roy Phillips and Brian Mills in 2015. Both Davis and Phillips are veterans of the restaurant industry: Davis was previously the founder of conveyor belt sushi restaurant chain Wasabi, while Phillips was an executive at Bloomin Brands. What they recognized with independent restaurants was that they struggled with...
Tags: Startups, TC, Mobile, Apps, Enterprise, Virginia, Funding, Supply Chain Management, Tech, Restaurant, SaaS, Davis, Restaurant Management, Menu, Point-of-sale, Inventory

Trade promotion management startup Cresicor raises $5.6M to keep tabs on customer spend

Cresicor, a consumer packaged goods trade management platform startup, raised $5.6 million in seed funding to further develop its tools for more accurate data and analytics. The company, based remotely, focuses on small to midsize CPG companies, providing them with an automated way to manage their trade promotion, a process co-founder and CEO Alexander Whatley said is done primarily manually using spreadsheets. Here’s what happens in a trade promotion: When a company wants to run a discount on o...
Tags: Food, Startups, TC, Enterprise, Advertising Tech, Funding, Marketing, US, Brand, Tech, Artificial Intelligence, Software, Harvard, Machine Learning, Software Development, Api

Bank of America's 8 key decision-makers in its newly-split tech and ops divisions

From left: Tony Kerrison, Cathy Bessant, and Sumeet Chabria. Bank of America. Bank of America; Skye Gould/Insider Bank of America announced Friday an overhaul of its management team. Cathy Bessant, the bank's chief tech and ops officer, was named vice chair of global strategy. These are the top execs now running BofA's reorganized tech and ops divisions. See more stories on Insider's business page. Bank of America CEO Brian Moynihan announced a sweeping set of executive changes...
Tags: Enterprise, Finance, Trends, Tech, Bank Of America, Paris, Teaser, Fintech, Brian Moynihan, BofA, Tech Insider, Skye Gould, Cathy Bessant, Bessant, BI Graphics, Subscriber Collection

Amagi tunes into $100M for cloud-based video content creation, monetization

Media technology company Amagi announced Friday $100 million to further develop its cloud-based SaaS technology for broadcast and connected televisions. Accel, Avataar Ventures and Norwest Venture Partners joined existing investor Premji Invest in the funding round, which included buying out stakes held by Emerald Media and Mayfield Fund. Nadathur Holdings continues as an existing investor. The latest round gives Amagi total funding raised to date of $150 million, Baskar Subramanian, co-founder ...
Tags: Amazon, Startups, TC, Cloud, Europe, London, Enterprise, Media, Microsoft, Developer, Advertising Tech, Cloud Computing, India, Funding, Tech, Netflix

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