Salesforce keeps rolling with another banner year in 2018 – TechCrunch

The good times kept on rolling this year for Salesforce with all of the requisite ingredients of a highly successful cloud company — the steady revenue growth, the expanding product set and the splashy acquisitions. The company also opened the doors of its shiny new headquarters, Salesforce Tower in San Francisco, a testament to its sheer economic power in the city. Salesforce, which set a revenue goal of $10 billion a few years ago is already on its way to $20

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LeanIX, the SaaS that lets enterprises map out their software architecture, closes $30M Series C – TechCrunch

LeanIX, the SaaS that lets enterprises map out their software architecture, closes $30M Series C – TechCrunch

LeanIX, the Software-as-a-Service for ‘Enterprise Architecture Management’, has closed $30 million in Series C funding. The round is led by Insight Venture Partners, with participation from previous investors Deutsche Telekom Capital Partners (DTCP), Capnamic Ventures, and Iris Capital. It brings LeanIX’s total funding to nearly $40 million since the German company was founded in 2012. Operating in the Enterprise Architecture space, previously the domain of a company’s IT team only, LeanIX’s SaaS might well be described as a “Google Maps

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Enterprise AR is an opportunity to “do well by doing good”, says General Catalyst – TechCrunch

Enterprise AR is an opportunity to “do well by doing good”, says General Catalyst – TechCrunch

A founder-investor panel on augmented reality (AR) technology here at TechCrunch Disrupt Berlin suggests growth hopes for the space have regrouped around enterprise use-cases, after the VR consumer hype cycle landed with yet another flop in the proverbial ‘trough of disillusionment’. Matt Miesnieks, CEO of mobile AR startup 6d.ai, conceded the space has generally been on another downer but argued it’s coming out of its third hype cycle now with fresh b2b opportunities on the horizon. 6d.ai investor General Catalyst‘s Niko Bonatsos

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Growing pains at venture-backed Moogsoft lead to layoffs – TechCrunch

Growing pains at venture-backed Moogsoft lead to layoffs – TechCrunch

Eight months after bringing in a $40 million Series D, Moogsoft‘s co-founder and chief executive officer Phil Tee confirmed to TechCrunch that the IT incident management startup had shed 18 percent of its workforce, or just over 30 employees. The layoffs took place at the end of October; shortly after, Moogsoft announced two executive hires. Among the additions was Amer Deeba, who recently resigned from Qualys after the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission charged him with insider trading. Founded in 2012,

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Upskill launches support for Microsoft HoloLens – TechCrunch

Upskill launches support for Microsoft HoloLens – TechCrunch

Upskill has been working on a platform to support augmented and mixed reality for almost as long as most people have been aware of the concept. It began developing an agnostic AR/MR platform way back in 2010. Google Glass didn’t even appear until two years later. Today, the company announced the early release of Skylight for Microsoft HoloLens. Upskill has been developing Skylight as an operating platform to work across all devices, regardless of the manufacturer, but company co-founder and

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UIpath lands $225M Series C on $3 billion valuation as robotics process automation soars

UIpath lands $225M Series C on $3 billion valuation as robotics process automation soars

UIPath is bringing automation to repetitive processes inside large organizations and it seems to have landed on a huge pain point. Today it announced a massive $225 million Series C on a $3 billion valuation. The round was led by CapitalG and Sequoia Capital. Accel, which invested in the companies A and B rounds also participated. Today’s investment brings the total raised to $408 million, according to Crunchbase, and comes just months after a $153 million Series B we reported on last

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Twilio came ahead of expectations and the stock is going nuts

Twilio came ahead of expectations and the stock is going nuts

Twilio today reported a positive quarter that brought it to profitability — on an adjusted basis — ahead of schedule for Wall Street, sending the stock soaring 16 percent in extended hours after the release came out. While according to traditional accounting principles Twilio still lost money (this usually includes stock-based compensation, a key component of compensation packages), the company is still showing that it has the capability of being profitable. Born as a go-to tool for startups and larger

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