Amplitude is a digital analytics platform similar to Google Analytics, which provides a practical understanding of user activities. In addition to tracking page views and clicks, the platform offers user attributes and digital channels for in-depth behavior analysis.
Amplitude provides a platform for product analytics and data governance tools to ensure well-organized, high-quality data.
Additionally, it offers resources for setting up experiments and audience targeting based on analytics and behavioral data. Amplitude is the pioneer in product analytics and the creator of the Behavioural Graph, the largest consumer behavior database.
Amplitude is trusted by the world’s leading brands, such as Notion, Dropbox, Walmart, HBO, Hubspot, and many more.
As per its press release, it raised $150M in Series F funding led by Sequoia Capital. With the participation of current investors GIC, Battery Ventures, and IVP, the total funding has now reached $336M, and the pre-money valuation has increased to $4B.
Amplitude offers startup scholarships to support startups by giving them access to data on consumer behavior, marketing initiatives, and product engagement. The scholarship is available for startups with under $5M in funding and under 20 employees. Eligible for Y Combinator companies as well.
RemoteBase is an innovative platform that makes it simpler for companies to hire and manage remote workers. By offering experienced developers in 24 hours, Remotebase assisted Integrate in saving up to 40% on hiring expenses and 90% on hiring time.
Employers can use RemoteBase to find applicants based on factors like talents, geography, and availability.
It makes the hiring process more efficient, and guarantees businesses locate the best applicants for remote roles. Along with time tracking, payroll, and communication capabilities, RemoteBase also provides management solutions for remote teams.
According to the sources, the company has raised $3.5M in fundraising altogether over two rounds.
Some top companies preferred Remotebase, including Forbes, AOL, WSJ, Product Hunt, Yahoo Finance, etc.
At its annual Think conference, IBM debuts IBM Watsonx, a platform for constructing AI models and leveraging pre-trained models to generate code and text.
IBM says that Watsonx is the only AI platform that provides low-cost infrastructure and a wide range of pre-trained enterprise-level models.
IBM’s Watsonx toolset, infrastructure, and consulting services assist companies in developing their own AI models or adapting existing models to their specific data.
Watsonx.ai is an enterprise studio for AI developers that enables customers to evaluate and deploy models and monitor them after deployment, hence expediting numerous workflows.
Through Watsonx.ai, IBM provides enterprises with pre-trained models, including some open-source choices. They’ve also collaborated with Hugging Face, an AI business, to combine thousands of their models.
The availability of Watsonx.ai is expected in July. You can join the waitlist here.
KomodoDecks is a screencasting tool that includes an AI-powered Mac app for transcript-based editing. It develops standard operating procedures (SOPs) to increase knowledge transfer and productivity.
It provides educators, students, and professionals with a personalized domain, white-label choices, and limitless free video recording with no time limits.
Through screencasting, Komodo offers rapid collaboration and idea sharing, eliminating the need for tedious typing and meeting schedules. With limitless screen recording and SOPs, it helps to boost team productivity.
Komodo bridges the gap between in-house and remote teams. In hybrid work, it connects individuals in innovative ways through AI-powered editing, collaboration, and document production.
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