Dropoff is launching today to modernize the same-day delivery experience for businesses. By utilizing Dropoff, businesses will now be able to better manage their same-day delivery needs with easy online ordering, transparent pricing, real-time tracking, accurate ETAs for pickups and deliveries, email confirmations and driver ratings. Today, Dropoff will introduce services in Austin, TX for industries including but not limited to healthcare, food and grocery, business services, hospitality and retail. Additional metropolitan areas to follow in early 2015.
Khorus has launched an iPad version of its business management system designed to help align entire organizations with corporate strategy, predict performance, and deliver on company objectives. To facilitate this mission, this on-the-go version of Khorus software helps both leaders and their employees quickly view and manage corporate, department, and individual goals.
Eagle Eye Networks, Inc. today announced the immediate availability of interactive cloud security camera mapping as part of the Eagle Eye Cloud Security Camera Video Management System (VMS). The new global mapping offers users the ability to view or record video directly from a map or physical layout.
Gravitant, the leading software company in the enterprise cloud brokerage and management market, today announced it has expanded its Series B funding round by an additional $25M led by new investor Cielo Private Equity and existing investor S3 Ventures.
Announcing its product launch, new Austin-based software company ReIntent offers a fresh approach to lead cleansing and maintenance. In other words – an end to bad data or missing lead information for Sales and Marketing teams. “ReIntent’s mission is to solve marketing’s bad data problem for good,” said CEO Mathan Parasuram. He and partner Karthik […]
Clarify, an Austin-based startup offering a platform for audio and video search and analytics announced today that it has closed a $1 million seed financing with enthusiastic participation from Projector Ventures and Silverton Partners, and additional notable support from Austin-based Blake Chandlee together with several other early Facebook executives; Michael Rauchman, a pioneer in electronic trading; Brett Hurt, the founder of Coremetrics and Bazaarvoice; and Sam Decker, a founder of Mass Relevance (now Spredfast) and now a Clarify Board Member. The primary use of funds will be to continue to engineer the core platform, support early customers, and grow in key markets.
Spanning Cloud Apps, Inc., the most trusted provider of data backup and recovery for cloud applications, today announced that it has been acquired by EMC Corporation. The company will continue to operate under the Spanning® Cloud Apps brand in Austin, Texas and will be the foundation of EMC’s “born-in-the-cloud” data protection strategy in its Core Technologies Division. Terms of the acquisition were not disclosed.
6Qube, a leading provider of internet marketing software and services, today announced that it has secured $100,000 in growth funding from Lighter Capital in Seattle. 6Qube will use the funding to fuel its sales and marketing efforts, and make key upgrades to its suite of technology products.
I’m excited to announce HireBetter’s third acquisition this year! We have expanded our presence in Texas by acquiring Expiritis Consulting Group, a Dallas-based firm specializing in providing growing companies executive search, interim search and talent management expertise.
By combining forces, HireBetter and Expiritis will be better positioned to help our high-growth middle market clients scale and get to the next level – across Texas and beyond. Patrick Webster, Expiritis CEO, and his team share our professional service, business-first philosophy on recruiting, which is quite uncommon in the industry.
WP Engine, a leading platform as a service for websites and applications built on WordPress, today announced that the company has surpassed 23,000 customers with 200,000 + domains, representing a customer increase of 130 percent in the last 12 months. The company has expanded its offices in Austin, San Antonio and San Francisco to 195 employees – almost a 150 percent growth over the same time period. The company anticipates exiting 2014 with more than 220 employees as the company continues to add talent to its customer support, customer experience, development, sales and marketing teams.