#Software Companies

INFLCR Expands NIL Menu as Oklahoma, Florida Sign Up for Athlete Deals

After the first few months of NIL, a number of athlete marketing companies have begun to adjust their offerings as the market develops. Software company INFLCR, for example, is introducing a product it says will double its revenue coming from schools that sign on. The new INFLCR+ Local Exchange will create a school-specific NIL marketplace, where approved businesses can identify, connect with and compensate athletes for endorsement deals. The university-friendly software stops short of fully facilitating those deals, leaving negotiations in the hands of the brands and athletes, but the technology will help at the beginning and end. While neither INFLCR...
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Prophix Software Announces Impressive Third Quarter; Growth Fueled by Continued Cloud Migrations and Strong Customer Retention

Net customer retention rate jumps to 112% as Prophix wraps its strongest quarter in company history with 1,700 active customers. Prophix Software, a global leader in Corporate Performance Management (CPM) software, today released its business summary for Q3 2021, which ended on September 30, 2021. The company finished its strongest quarter in company history with cloud billings increasing 76% over the trailing twelve month period, more than 1,700 active customers, and a greater than 110% net customer retention rate. Prophix also saw double digit revenue growth in the construction sector as companies increasingly adopted its financial automation software to successfully navigate business challenges in today’s volatile construction market.
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Founder-Led Firms Are Winners. Except Twitter

From Elon Musk’s Tesla Inc. to Reed Hastings’ Netflix Inc., tech firms led by their founder have mostly beaten the broader market by a huge margin.…. From Elon Musk’s Tesla Inc. to Reed Hastings’ Netflix Inc., tech firms led by their founder have mostly beaten the broader market by a huge margin. Twitter Inc. has always been an outlier.
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Usio, Inc. (NASDAQ:USIO) Director Michael R. Long Sells 2,000 Shares

Usio, Inc. (NASDAQ:USIO) Director Michael R. Long sold 2,000 shares of the firm’s stock in a transaction dated Monday, November 29th. The stock was sold at an average price of $8.17, for a total transaction of $16,340.00. The transaction was disclosed in a document filed with the SEC, which is accessible through this link.

Augmented Reality Software Puts Metaverse Within Reach for Smaller Brands

Brands are beginning to dip their toes into the virtual worlds of the metaverse, with Gucci, Nike, Vans and others opening up shop in Roblox, while Balenciaga and the NFL are among those creating “skins” for players in Epic Games’ Fortnite. But for smaller brands that don’t have the in-house...

Interconnective launches low-cost, high-spec body camera with DEMS solution

Long-time security equipment supplier, Interconnective Security Products, has announced the launch of The Partner MK4 Body Camera. According to Interconnective, The Partner MK4 Body Camera is a high-spec, low-cost, locally-installed body-worn camera solution with an integrated Digital Evidence Management Software package. “While most companies are moving toward a SaaS model...

Wednesday's Market Minute: Software Unwind is Next Risk Point for Stocks

Cloud stock earnings are the next short-term risk point for a market already under siege by bears. A handful of key companies will report in the next few days, including Zscaler, Box Inc., Veeva Systems, Splunk, Snowflake, Okta, and CrowdStrike. For all these companies, sales growth according to analyst expectations has peaked for the foreseeable future. Salesforce kicked things off with a rocky start, slipping 6% after-hours on Tuesday despite beating expectations and holding firm on guidance. Tough crowd, especially when you consider the shares had already dropped 4% in Tuesday’s session.

Detroit’s Trustpage Announces $5M Seed Funding for Building Trust in Software

Trustpage in Detroit, which operates a centralized hub that seeks to transform how companies build trust in software, today announced a $5 million seed funding round led by Detroit Venture Partners, Bonfire Ventures, and Ludlow Ventures. Trustpage’s AI-powered Trust Centers are used by software companies to manage, share, and collaborate...

LWETB seeks applications for upcoming Diploma in Software Development course

Longford Westmeath Education and Training Board has opened applications for its Diploma in Software Development as part of the Skills to Advance programme. Commencing in January, the part-time, online, fully-funded course provides employers and employees with the software development skills required for digitisation and developing ecommerce capabilities within their business.
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Trustpage Raises $5M to Change How Companies Build Trust With Their Users

Trustpage, a compliance startup based in Detroit, has raised $5 million in to allow companies to collaborate and build trust with their userbase. The funding round was co-led by Bonfire Ventures, Ludlow Ventures, and Detroit Venture Partners, with participation from Entrée Capital, Basement Fund, and GTMfund. This funding will allow Trustpage to boost its recruitment efforts to find top talent as well as to invest in innovative AI-assisted features. Brett Queener, Partner at Bonfire Ventures and former Salesforce EVP, referred to the firm’s reason to invest in the startup by saying::
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US software company ClickUp to hire 200 at new Dublin HQ

Fresh off the back of a $400m funding round, ClickUp is establishing an Irish base and hiring for a ‘diverse range of jobs’. Productivity software maker ClickUp is opening its European HQ in Dublin early next year. The US company said it plans to create 200 jobs over the next...

Microsoft integrates its services to phase out its competitors

Don has been writing professionally for over 10 years now, but his passion for the written word started back in his elementary school days. His work has been published on,, eHow,,... Read more. A complaint has been lodged with the European Commission by a coalition of software...
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Local investors lead software startup’s seed funding

Foresight, a Nashville-area software startup that aims to help other software companies target potential clients more efficiently using data, has raised more than $500,000 in a seed funding round led by local investors. The new injection of capital, which comes just seven months after the company launched, will allow the...

How Invoice Processing Automation Can Save you Money?

The tools used for invoice automation are available as SAAS subscriptions that can ease or eliminate data entry. Moreover, it will also help you manage and control expenses through improved visibility. Below, we will show how invoice processing automation can save you money. As cloud-based services are growing robust and...

Trustpage Announces $5 Million Round to Transform How Companies Build Trust

The AI-powered technology solution reinvents the software purchasing process by making security reviews faster and easier for everyone. Trustpage — the centralized hub transforming how companies collaborate to build trust — today announced a $5 million seed funding round led by Bonfire Ventures, Ludlow Ventures, and Detroit Venture Partners, with key investments from Entrée Capital, Basement Fund and GTMfund. Software companies use Trustpage’s AI-powered Trust Centers to manage, share and collaborate with customers on their complete security posture.

4 Ways To Optimize Your SaaS Business In Cannabis And Beyond

This article by David McCullough was originally published on Cannabis & Tech Today and appears here with permission. Businesses of all types rely on technology for various needs – project management, payroll, financials, compliance, retail, communication – the list is ongoing. However, technology isn’t a one-size-fits-all solution. Each industry and...
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The 3 Pillars of Product-Led Businesses

Back in 2014, we led Datadog’s Series B for a few big reasons: they solved a pain point nearly universal among developers, delivered value to customers without any friction, and tended to grow rapidly inside an account after the initial adoption. At that time, there wasn’t yet a term for what’s now known as Product-Led Growth (PLG).

NFTs are copyright for Web3

Just over ten years ago Marc Andreessen wrote his seminal Why Software Is Eating the World piece, outlining the investment thesis for his then-2-year old VC fund Andreessen Horowitz (A16Z). Over the last decade it’s become deeply apparent that this thesis applies particularly well to finance. But we are just...

What It Takes To Become A Successful Software Developer

With the advent of the technological era and dynamic shift on modes of operations to tap in the power of technology, software development, engineering, testing, and maintenance is at an all-time high. The tech giants which are billion-dollar companies; Apple, Google, Facebook are all software companies. Developers, therefore, have metrics...

S|W: The SaaS Weekly – Hootsuite IPO plans now a 2022 resolution

The SaaS Weekly is a weekly newsletter covering major SaaS news from Canada and around the globe. Subscribe to S|W using the form at the bottom of this page to ensure you don’t miss out on the most important SaaS news every week!. Hootsuite eyes 2022 as “window has closed”...