Helpshift, a company that has built an advanced CRM and support application has raised $3.2 million in a seed round, led by True Ventures and Nexus Venture Partners. The funding will fuel the launch of its mobile-focused, SaaS solution, which allows developers to capture device info from their users so that they can troubleshoot problems quicker and more effectively.
Contest Builder, an app designed to motivate salespeople and increase productivity through contests that are built and deployed by sales managers has raised $1million from Detroit Venture Partners and ePrize. The gamification app for Salesforce, simply makes a game out of any sales task.
Zapier a service that allows its users to create connections between different web apps, has raised a $1.2 million in seed funding from Bessemer Venture Partners, Draper Fisher Jurvetson, Wufoo co-founder Kevin Hale.
The Rainmaker Group announced today that it has secured $33.8 millions in funding from Norwest Venture Partners. The Rainmaker Group provides Software-as-a-Service revenue optimization solutions to the multifamily housing and gaming/hospitality industries. The funding will go towards growing Rainmaker's sales force and developing new analytics and bid data solutions. Norwest Venture Partners' Jon Kossow and David Su have joined Rainmaker's board of directors.
iJento, a customer intelligence platform focused on customer targeting, has just raised $8 million in funding to further expand their sales efforts in the Unite States.
It you haven't heard by now that the social enterprise space is on fire, then you may be living on a different planet. Remember Microsoft’s acquisition of Yammer for $1 billion and Salesforce’s acquisition of Rypple. With solutions like these flooding the market, results are coming back about their ROI and usage, and most users have stated that in most cases these enterprise social networks don't really work that well.
MongoHQ, a provider of database-as-a-service for developers has raised $6 million from Trinity Ventures. This new influsion of capital will be usered to expand its public cloud offering and improve its management tools for MongoDB, the popular NoSQL database.
BloomReach, creators of big data marketing applications, today announced $25 million in a Series C, bringing BloomReach's total funding to $41 million. This round was led by SaaS/Enterprise firm, NEA. With this new influx of capital BloomReach plans to invest in building out their sales and marketing team, along with further expansion of R&D.
Lettuce, recently launched order management solutions provider, announced $2.1 million in seed funding from 500 Startups, Crosscut Ventures, Launchpad LA, Baroda Ventures, Zelkova Ventures, Double M Capital and others. Lettuce focuses on the small to medium sized business market and solves the divide between order and inventory management with its simple Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) application.