Frame.io Looking Pretty As A Picture With $50M Series C Raise
Frame.io – a New York startup whose cloud-based video review and collaboration software has racked up 1 million users and is fast becoming digital connective tissue between dozens of production and distribution tools and sites– announced today it has raised $50 million in a Series C investment round.
Pinpoint Ranked Amongst Top European Software Businesses
Pinpoint, the recruitment software company, has been named in the “2019 Accel Euroscape” - a list of the top 100 software as a service (SaaS) companies in Europe and Israel.
Braze, Dialpad, BambooHR, Outreach, and InVision make the Forbes Cloud 100 List
The definitive ranking of the private companies to know in tech’s hottest sector. This list of breakout cloud companies ranges from bootstrapped giants to venture capital startup darlings.
Udacity Enterprise Business Continues to Achieve Record Growth in 2019
Udacity, global leader in technology education, today revealed another record-breaking year so far for enterprise growth. In just the first half of the year.
Adobe confirms it's buying Marketo for $4.75 billion
Adobe officially announced its largest acquisition ever, adding Marketo to its existing marketing software.
Marketing-tech startup Braze doubles valuation - New York Business Journal
This latest infusion of capital brings Braze to $130 million raised in just over a year.
Introducing the new Spoke brand
Excited to announce the release of our new logo and brand today which we believe embodies how we see Spoke: Simple, friendly, and professional.
Stitch agrees to be acquired by California firm Talend for $60M
As part of the deal, which is expected to close in the fourth quarter, Stitch CEO Jake Stein will become senior vice president of the Stitch business unit reporting directly to Talend (NASDAQ: TLND) CEO Mich Tuchen. Stein co-founded RJMetrics along with Bob Moore 10 years ago.
InVision, valued at $1.9 billion, picks up $115 million Series F
“The screen is becoming the most important place in the world,” says InVision CEO and founder Clark Valberg. In fact, it’s hard to get through a conversation with him without hearing it. And, considering that his company has grown to $100 million in annual recurring revenue
JibJab, one of the first silly selfie video makers, acquired by private equity firm Catapult Capital
JibJab, one of the first companies that let people insert selfies into videos, gifs and e-cards, has been acquired by Catapult Capital.