software as a service

Balderton joins $30M Series D for big data biotech platform play, Sophia Genetics

Switzerland based SaaS startup Sophia Genetics is hoping to give IBM Watson a run for its money in the healthcare diagnostics space. It's built a big data analytics platform that harnesses clinicians'

Clara Labs nabs $7M Series A as it positions its AI assistant to meet the needs of enterprise teams

Clara Labs is announcing a $7 million Series A led by Basis Set Ventures. Slack Fund also joined in the round, alongside existing investors Sequoia and First Round. The startup will be looking to fur

Meta SaaS raises $1.5 million from Mark Cuban and others

Meta SaaS is a product that helps you cancel other products. Like Cardlife and Cleanshelf, Meta SaaS looks at all of your software-as-a-service subscriptions and tells you which ones you use and, more

Cubspot finds camps and classes for your wee ones

Cubspot: come for the “EdTech SaaS marketplace” but stay for the opportunity to find camps and classes for your kids this summer. Cubspot is the brainchild of Rachael Shayne, a former bran

WTF is cloud computing?

After more than a decade of being in the popular tech lexicon, people kind of get the idea of "the cloud," but most probably only understand a bit of it. That's because the cloud isn't a single concre

Cardlife is yet another SaaSsy management tool

Now that we’ve collectively signed up for billions of dollars of unused SaaS subscriptions it’s time to subscribed to a tool that helps us manage those subscriptions. Enter Cardlife, anoth

Cleanshelf teams up with Squrb to clean your SaaS clock

Cleanshelf wants to get you off the hard stuff. Now run by Slovenian CEO Dusan Omercevic, the app watches and manages your SaaS subscriptions, ensuring you’re not paying for stuff you’re n

Astronomer connects your SaaS with other SaaS for a true in-saas-ception

Your SaaS is just out of control! You’re spending thousands or millions on products – a CRM system, a field operations app, a system to keep your life-like humanoid androids from killing p

Accela appears headed for exit with new CEO

Accela, the nearly two decade old gov tech startup dreaming of finding new life as a problem solver for the sharing economy, brought in a new CEO to replace Maury Blackman who served as the company&

Paddle banks $3.2M for an ecommerce platform targeting SaaS startups

It's definitely not the sexiest platform play in tech town but b2b startup Paddle thinks it's found an underserved niche -- selling a SaaS ecommerce service to scaling SaaS startups seeking to offload

Red Points bags $2.2M to help brands fight counterfeiting and piracy

Spanish startup Red Points has closed a €2 million (~$2.2M) funding round to grow usage of its piracy detection and removal SaaS by expanding from Europe into new markets, including North America. I

Glint raises $27 million to stop solid employees from bailing

Redwood City-based Glint has raised $27 million in a Series C round of venture funding for software that helps companies figure out how their teams are experiencing problems, or why and when solid emp

Metapacket analyzes outbound network traffic to flag and block malware

Metapacket, one of YC's current batch of startups, is hoping to get its SaaS on corporates' list of essential threat detection software with a technique to stop malware attacks by analyzing outbound n

Conversable chatbot will offer allergy info along with a side of Wingstop wings

Conversable, a conversational commerce startup seeking to bolster relationships between brands and consumers, is announcing a partnership today with Wingstop. Users will be able to order food, inquir

Tech Valuations In 2016: The End Of The Line For Sloppy Growth

What’s going on in technology investing right now? Is this another 2001, when tech imploded? Another 2008, when the wider world crashed but tech powered through? Or is it like Facebook in 2012, a va

What’s Really Killing Digital Health Startups

In 2004 I started the first VoIP-based SaaS company for the call center market. Based on the moderate success we achieved, I thought making a play in the healthcare industry would be a cakewalk. I was

NYC Rises As A Hub For Software-As-A-Service Startups

As the market continues to mature, and as we watch a blossoming of SaaS activity in New York City, we believe that NYC is poised to become a genuine leader in the formation of companies leading the ne

Investment Trading And Tracking Tool Scivantage Raises $20 Million

Financial services tools are so hot right now, and capitalizing on that heat has earned the startup company Scivantage another $20 million in primarily debt financing. The Jersey City, N.J.-based com

AppDirect Raises $35 Million From Mithril To Grow Its Enterprise Cloud Marketplace

AppDirect raised $35 million in a fresh round of financing for its service selling a white-label marketplace for business applications in the cloud.

Beckon Wants To Help Marketers Make Sense Of Data And Track Spend On-The-Fly

There is Salesforce.com for sales professionals, numerous off-the-shelf packages for finance and HR professionals and thousands of apps for several other enterprise utilities. But marketeers still don
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