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Fleetonomy raises $3 million for AI fleet management tools

05 September 2018

A lot goes into managing vehicle fleets. It’s a market forecast to be worth $565.1 billion by 2025, according to analysts at Grand View Research, spurred in part by the adoption of analytics, fuel management, remote diagnostics, driver performance and tracking, and a dizzying array of other technologies. The benefits are as obvious as they are numerous […]

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Nir Chinsky, Head Of Google Cloud At MEA And CEE, Is Joining Spotinst

02 September 2018

Today, we proudly announce that Nir Chinsky is joining Spotinst as a General Manager for Elastigroup, our flagship product. Through this period of our rapid growth, we are more focused than ever on meeting our customers’ needs, accelerate the adoption of Spotinst’s Elastigroup around the world by expanding quickly and efficiently to new markets and […]

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Israeli cybersecurity co Indegy raises $18m

28 August 2018

Indegy specializes in technology that gives businesses visibility and control over their industrial control systems. Israeli cybersecurity company Indegyhas raised $18 million in a financing round led by Liberty Technology Fund and which included an investment by UK energy company Centrica Innovations. Previous investors Vertex Ventures, Aspect Ventures, Magma Venture Partners and angel investor Shlomo Kramer […]

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Spotinst, excess cloud capacity management service, snares $35M Series B

28 August 2018

Spotinst, the startup that helps companies purchase and manage excess cloud infrastructure capacity, announced a hefty $35 million Series B today led by Highland Capital. Existing investors Leaders Fund, Intel Capital and Vertex Ventures also participated. Today’s round brings the total investment to over $52 million. Cloud infrastructure vendors like Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure  and Google […]

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User-Generated-Content Marketer Yotpo Gets Into Customer Loyalty

09 August 2018

Adobe’s acquisition of e-commerce software maker Magento for $1.68 billion back in May was more proof of the consolidation that’s been going on in the industry for the last few years. Consolidation is also happening among the numerous specialized e-commerce service providers that plug into platforms like Magento and its competitors like Shopify and BigCommerce. […]

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AI personalization software co Dynamic Yield raises $32m

08 August 2018

Dynamic Yield’s customers can run personalization, recommendations, testing and behavioral messaging from a single platform.   Israeli AI powered personalization software company Dynamic Yieldannounced today that it has raised a $32 million in a Series D financing round led by Viola Growth and with the participation of Union Tech Venture. Dynamic Yield has raised $77 million […]

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Trigo offers shoppers a checkout-free experience like Amazon Go

11 July 2018

Above: Trigo Vision’s shopper and item detection algorithms in action. There’s something incredibly futuristic about walking into a store, grabbing items off the shelf, tapping a confirmation screen, and going along your merry way — no credit card, cash, or small talk with a cashier required. Amazon Go, internet retailer Amazon’s prototypical checkout-free retail experience, […]

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The 25 Most Innovative AgTech Startups In 2018

27 June 2018

Maggie McGrath, Forbes Staff Shutterstock By Alex Knapp, Maggie McGrath and Chloe Sorvino The problems facing America’s farmers in 2018 are as diverse as their crop varieties: Labor shortages. Soil health. Food spoilage. Trade wars. Lack of access to data on seed pricing, yield information, and even commodity forecasting. The good news? There is a veritable army of […]

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Israeli autonomous technology developer Innoviz is entering China’s car market

06 June 2018

By Jonathan Shieber@jshieber , TechCrunch Innoviz, a developer of light-detection and ranging technologies for computer vision and autonomous vehicles, is getting a toehold in China, the world’s fastest growing auto market, through a partnership with the Chinese automotive supplier HiRain Technologies. From offices in Beijing, Chicago, Detroit, Shanghai and Tianjin, HiRain serves as a global supplier to some […]

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