Large-scale and mid-sized enterprises and businesses are increasingly adopting — and offering — software-as-a-service platforms as they seek to increase their revenue and parlay their growth into
Companies in Seattle raised a record $3.5B in VC funding this year.
Hello and welcome back to our regular morning look at private companies, public markets and the gray space in between. This morning we’re dialing into some late-stage venture activity in Utah. W
Patient communications software provider, Weave, collects $70M at a $970M valuation.
Spiff, a Salt Lake City-based company pitching a new service for calculating sales commissions for salespeople around the world, has raised $6 million in funding to sell its own product to the million
Professional networking app <a target="_blank" href="http://weave.in/">Weave</a> wants to help professionals find others that they'd like to meet with, through a double opt-in selection process. Now i
Weave, a startup out of Utah that has developed a unique VoIP-based unified communications service for small and medium businesses that it is selling first targeting dentists (more on that below),
If Tinder is the solution to the spammy nature of say, Match.com, then Brian Ma's new app <a target="_blank" href="http://weavenow.us/">Weave</a> could be the solution to LinkedIn -- helping busy prof
While today saw Paul Graham officially pass the torch to new Y Combinator president Sam Altman, the bigger buzz at Demo Day was about how most investors thought this was the best batch yet. There were
Small businesses, by definition, are lean. With a price tag that includes license renewals, maintenance and upgrades to servers and IT support, the costs of adopting enterprise-grade software and serv