SaaS startups have become the darling of Venture Capital investors, especially in the Data Center Automation industry. Over the past decade, software has proverbially “eaten the world” and SaaS companies have scaled to become unicorn corporations in staggering amounts of time.
In this article, we are examining 4 VC funded SaaS startups in the Data Center Automation industry.
Introhive is a SaaS platform that aids businesses in boosting sales and managing the customer experience. With the help of data automation and sales acceleration, their technology integrates relationship intelligence into CRM. In order to get relationship insights and increase efficiency, the firm also offers an enterprise relationship management (ERM) solution. Its headquarters are in Fredericton, New Brunswick, and it was established in 2012 by Jody Glidden and Stewart Walchli.
Paragon is an embedded integration platform for SaaS apps, enabling companies to build products that integrate with the SaaS ecosystem. With Paragon, software companies can integrate with hundreds of different SaaS apps in minutes while providing their customers with a seamless, unified integration experience. Paragon's vision is to build the connecting layer for all software that enables every application in the world to work together seamlessly. In the last year, they've grown by over 6x and now work with nearly 100 customers around the world. They've raised over $3.5M from world-class investors like Y Combinator, Global Founders Capital, Soma Capital, and Village Global, and have been featured in Techcrunch and Forbes.
PROCESIO is an enterprise-grade integration Platform-as-a-Service (iPaaS) to streamline software, integrate data, and automate processes using no-code and low-code technology. recent breakthroughs in no-code low-code software integration and data processing have shown us that we can empower our clients to build software >5x faster than through a traditional codding approach. A collaborative iPaaS such as PROCESIO allows non-technical employees to build their own software applications and workflows visually without writing code, and pass the more complex tasks to developers if necessary, all within the same platform in a scalable and secure environment. This flexibility provides the necessary agility to adapt to fast market changes, without having to invest heavily in developers or risk ‘shadow IT’. PROCESIO is bootstrapped from the mother company RINGHEL, a leading ERP/ CRM software provider for the energy and gas industry in CEE since 2011.
Propel is reimagining PR with the first Public Relations Management (PRM) software. Propel PRM consists of a global media database with over a million influencers and journalists, Gmail and Outlook integrations, journalist engagement scores, a CRM built specifically for PR, business outcomes attribution, and interactive dashboard reports - all in one. We make it all intelligent with AI. The result? Targeted Outreach, Stronger Relationships, Improved Results, Measurable ROI. Better PR. We were founded and are led by PR people, for PR people. We are easy-to-use, flexible and have amazing customer service. Finally, PR software that you will fall in love with.
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