Yesterday we learned via TechCrunch that Zenoti, an Indian-launched, Seattle-based company focused on the salon and spa space, has garnered $160 million in a Series D round.
Since Localogy has been addressing the shift to the cloud for small businesses, we’ve argued that the boundaries were blurring among a business’s functional areas.
While we often talk about software as a service (SaaS) in terms of its strength as a business model, the last word in the acronym
Another “local” SMB player has received a sizable Series B funding round. GoSite, the San Diego based SaaS company, has landed a $40 million investment
Churchill once said, “Don’t let a crisis go to waste.” It’s a phrase that’s been dusted off in 2020. And the Canadian POS player Lightspeed
Toast, the Boston-based restaurant management SaaS player, has recently completed a secondary offering. And the company’s valuation has since surged from $4.9 billion in February
Austin, Texas is well on its way to becoming a hub for small business SaaS activity. We recall when Main Street Hub launched its social
In our flagship State of SMB report, we track and trend the needs of small businesses as they navigate changing customer expectations, new technology, spending ability, and scaling their workforce, among other key operational and promotional activities.
I came across this recent early-stage funding of an interesting company operating out of Singapore. According to TechCruch, Osome has raised $3 million in new
A unique aspect of tracking the development of local and small business SaaS solutions is the market’s infinite size. There are the companies that we