Adelaide-founded, San Francisco-based startup HappyCo, which creates apps to help clients run smarter operations, has announced the closing of a US$7.5 million (around $9.8 million) Series A funding round.
Australian SaaS startup Simple has today announced a total raise of $13 million that will be used to expand the company into the US market. With more than doubling its size since the 2016 financial year- clearing 240 percent growth per annum, Simple is well on its way to gain international traction.
Auror is a software platform that helps local businesses and police work together to prevent and solve crime in real-time. The New Zealand startup helps businesses such as supermarkets, petrol stations and other high volume retailers to proactively reduce crime by aggregating information and streamlining incident reports.
Event and hospitality technology company iVvy has achieved a global win, taking out the Stevie Award in the best new product or service of the year category at the 13th Annual International Business Awards.
Sydney startup Zibbet is a marketplace for artists to sell handmade goods and sync online inventories
Sydney startup Zibbet is an ecommerce platform for artists and crafters to sell their handmade goods. The platform also generates a personalised online website for artists that syncs together their inventory across various sites.
Brisbane startup Winja is a social platform helping businesses receive and resolve consumer complaints
Brisbane startup Winja is a social media platform for both customers and brands to shed light on poor experiences and product complaints in a productive manner.
Enter DiffuzeHR, an Australian SaaS platform that essentially acts as a HR manager for small to medium enterprises. It gives users access to legally-compliant industry and role-specific documents that update automatically to reflect industry changes, recruitment and onboarding processes, performance management features, and an online portal for employees.
Today global leaders in cloud video production, 90 Seconds has announced a raise of US$7.5 million in a Series A funding. The round led by US venture firm Sequoia and Australian firm AirTree Ventures.
Kudzus is a platform that allowing people to follow SaaS startups and open up a communication portal between the employers and the people working, or wanting to work, in the industry.
Melbourne startup Rundl streamlines property transactions by getting each party to collaborate online
In their top ten trendiest suburbs listicles, real estate news websites never talk about the mountains of paperwork that come both before and after the auction is won, and for good reason – it’s painful. Buyers and sellers have to liaise with half a dozen different service providers to get a deal done, with each chasing the other up for document after document and signature after signature. Melbourne startup Rundl has created an online platform that aims to streamline the process.
Hunchbuzz helps to track all the insights that a HR, Change and Transformation or Innovation department within a company should be. The startup was founded by Tom Mitchell and Steve Graham and is based out of Wellington, New Zealand.
The idea for BuiltWith came in 2007, when Gary Brewer was visiting a lot of random sites, looking at their source code and discovering what platforms they were built with. He was researching elements like the writing of code on the site by viewing the source, seeing if they were made in PHP or if the company was using Windows and similar information in that arena.
Sydney startup Construction Cloud has represented Australia at the University Startup World Cup after winning the fifth annual 3P Business Plan competition at the University of Technology Sydney.
Churchsites is a hosting platform that gives churches an affordable but powerful website. It was born out of Gillman’s experience working with churches as clients for a number of years.
Imagine a world where all your customers pay you on time, and your staff are focused on revenue generating activities, instead of performing manual processes and chasing late payments.
This is the world that Sydney-based entrepreneurs Arjun Singh, Shailendra Patil and Raj Kuckreja envisaged before embarking on their latest venture ezyCollect.