With Nudgespot, web companies more easily keep in touch with customers across email, SMS, and push notifications.
This Chinese SaaS startup aims to be a one-stop shop for other startups on the road to success.
Americans spent approximately US$23.5 billion in mobile phone repairs over the past seven years. And that’s just one market.
11 SaaS startups in Southeast Asia have raised US$2 million or more in funding.
Like Layer, PepperTalk makes it really easy to integrate chat features into any app.
An Indonesian hardware startup tries to break into the global market for services based on Apple’s iBeacon technology.
A Baidu spokesperson tells Tech in Asia that Keru Cloud "fits in very well with what we're doing as far as connecting people with services."
Cogito plans to use the fresh funds for business and product development, marketing, and growing its client base.
It doesn’t matter where the software-maker is based, in California or Coimbatore. The sales model of Software-as-a-Service evens the playing field, and puts Indian startups on a roll.
More funding for Taiwanese startups.
Vivid’s smartphone app integrates into the contact center solution of a company, giving the entire menu in a visual format on your phone or tablet.
Foodpanda is great for acquiring customers, but it doesn't address other needs that restaurants have.
Chennai-based ChargeBee provides businesses with an easy plug-and-play interface to accept online payments and manage all billing needs.
The funds will go towards growing its presence in Southeast Asia, Japan, and Australia and New Zealand.
With its new product, Bornevia ventures into the HR and sales space.
China’s Cloudwise has secured funding from Sequoia Capital, the startup revealed today. The investment is worth US$15 million.
Rival Freee may have grabbed some headlines, but MoneyForward is gaining some powerful friends.