Austin—OutboundEngine, an Austin, TX-based company that makes business development software, has raised $16 million in Series C funding.
The round was led by S3 Ventures, with participation from Silverton Partners, Noro-Moseley, Harmony Partners, Altos Ventures, and Capital Factory.
The company... Read more »
The phrase “customer service” sometimes seems like a joke, given all the barriers consumers must overcome to get their questions or problems resolved by big companies.
We’ve all been there: Trying to navigate convoluted phone systems to reach an actual human... Read more »
Dynamis Software, whose technology allows insurance brokers to design and evaluate health plans for the organizations they sell to, has raised more than $529,000 in equity financing, according to a regulatory document filed Tuesday.
Dynamis will use the money to help... Read more »
Ann Arbor, MI-based startup Duo Security announced that it has received a $2.5 million grant from the state’s Michigan Strategic Fund and, as a condition of the grant, plans to hire up to 300 new employees over the coming months. Economic... Read more »
A bit of consolidation in the 3D-printing market today: Formlabs, a desktop 3D-printer company in Somerville, MA, says it has acquired Pinshape, an online marketplace for 3D designs, based in Vancouver, Canada.
No terms of the deal were given, but... Read more »
Austin—The tech community in Austin, TX, takes great pride in its reputation as an innovation hub. So when Joah Spearman, co-founder and CEO of online city guides Localeur, wrote in a recent blog post calling into question local venture... Read more »
[Updated 5/3/16, 11:08 a.m. See below.] Exact Sciences plans to launch a national TV advertising campaign in an important test of the appeal of Cologuard, its diagnostic product for colorectal cancer that requires patients to ship samples of their... Read more »
Biogen CEO George Scangos has spent the last several years focusing the company’s research efforts on drugs for tough-to-treat neurodegenerative diseases like Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s. That made the Cambridge, MA-based company’s hemophilia drugs outliers, which is why perhaps it’s no surprise... Read more »
The shift to cloud computing has created plenty of openings for businesses big and small to help manage cloud infrastructures and analyze the vast amounts of data that companies and organizations are accumulating.
One such startup, Boston-based CloudHealth Technologies, has... Read more »
In yet another collaboration with the NYC Tech Talent Pipeline and Mayor Bill de Blasio’s administration, a New York-based coding academy called the Flatiron School is inviting more folks to its classrooms.
The Flatiron School announced a new fellowship program Tuesday... Read more »