Startups and small businesses should spend less time hiring and more time building their products and services. That’s the simple idea behind Singapore-based StaffOnDemand. A startup itself, StaffOnDe...
11 SaaS startups in Southeast Asia have raised US$2 million or more in funding.
Klaseko allows students to register and pay for enrollment in schools online.
A Singapore startup will power Facebook's enhanced Messenger for businesses.
Freelancer.com says web-related jobs in the provinces have been increasing over the years - at least in the case of the Philippines - thanks to the emergence of freelancing platforms.
Macquarie Indonesia recently held an elite gathering of telco and ecommerce professionals. There was an avalanche of data, but here are the key takeaways.
New tools help companies and governments manage their tasks effectively. TerralogiQ plans to introduce its map-based command centers to Indonesia and beyond.
Foodpanda is great for acquiring customers, but it doesn't address other needs that restaurants have.
Philippine payroll service Salarium bests 2,000 startups globally in the 2014 Seedstars World competition in Switzerland.
Are you a restaurant owner who wants to gain insight into factors affecting your business? This startup wants to help you.
Lenddo has proven its algorithm for verifying a customer’s identity and character works. Now it’s selling it to industries that have use for it.
PinoyTravel is helping passengers save time and energy by letting them book bus seats online instead of going to terminals to line up.
Philippine startup iSkwelahan allows schools to reach their students via SMS during time-sensitive situations such as when a typhoon strikes.
China’s Cloudwise has secured funding from Sequoia Capital, the startup revealed today. The investment is worth US$15 million.
South Korean startup lets anyone instantly add text, video, and voice chat to their app with just a few lines of code
The Korean startup's SDK, called Appspand, requires pasting a few lines of code to the backend to add instant messaging, file sharing, voice chat, & video chat.
Commonly known as an electronics company, Fujitsu's Akisai project could have a big impact on agriculture in Japan as well as overseas.
Flipkart, Snapdeal, and Ola hog the limelight. But watch out for a new wave – software products made in India
There’s a growing band of Indian companies making software products for global markets. Some of them have attracted smart money, but most are flying under the radar.
Indian tech industry thinktank iSPIRT has just released an index of the top 30 Indian companies making software products. The valuation of the 30 companies worked out to US$6.2 billion.