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  • Trackvia Raises Series A for Point-And-Click Databases

    Trackvia Raises Series A for Point-And-Click Databases

    Trackvia provides software as a service for transforming ordinary spreadsheets into versatile databases. The Colorado-based startup has raised its first major round of institutional funding, the amount of which (while not disclosed) is being described as a “typical Series A”. The round’s investors include two VCs out of the Rockies – Flywheel Ventures and Access Venture… Read More

  • Blist Secures $6.5M for Cloud Database Software

    Blist Secures $6.5M for Cloud Database Software

    Blist, a browser-based database management application, has raised $6.5M in Series A from Frazier Technology Ventures and Morgenthaler Ventures. The company launched in private beta at DEMO this year, although we first covered them this past November. In addition to this funding announcement, Blist is also rolling out data importing, sharing, and charting features. The new charting capabilities… Read More

  • DEMO 2008 Companies Roundup

    DEMO 2008 Companies Roundup

    With the DEMO 2008 conference kicking off today, a bunch of tech companies are making announcements. Here are some of the highlights: BitGravity Content delivery network BitGravity is launching its streaming video offering, BG LiveBroadcast. The company aims to make streaming video online as instantaneous and high-quality as streaming video on TV, while adding an extra layer of interactivity and… Read More

  • Blist Prepares Easy Web-Based Database Application

    Blist Prepares Easy Web-Based Database Application

    I recently had the opportunity to see a demo of a product coming out in early 2008 called Blist (pronounced like “bliss” with a “t” at the end) that will take on DabbleDB and Trackvia by giving users the tools to easily create and manage databases online. Blist’s initial target demographic will be Excel users who need more functionality and are trying to make their… Read More