HubSpot’s long-rumored IPO is now official as the company files the documents to the SEC.
News of two more executive exits from HubSpot surfaced on the eve of the company’s annual customer conference. These departures, along with two others, could complicate the company’s planned IPO.
Ouch, that’s gotta hurt: Hubspot is losing two key product people as it prepares its long-anticipated public offering.
Enterprise software companies, eager to soak up more of their customers’ IT budget are building out sales and marketing suites to do just that.
Led by two Microsoft alums, Discuzz seeks money to build a better network for sales and marketing pros.
Rackspace’s OpenCloud has been getting some backing from technology companies, but the company also announced a major financial services company as a customer.
In a sign of scorching demand for star developers, Hubspot is willing to pay a $30,000 bounty to whoever recommends the right person it ends up hiring.
OpenStack, like kale, can be baked, roasted, sliced, diced, sauteed and pureed to be made part of anything. Or at least that’s what its backers hope.
Marketo’s filing for an initial public offering is just the latest in a flurry of activity in the super-hot marketing automation space; stay tuned for more.
For its $871 million buyout of Eloqua, Oracle will get more marketing automation expertise and access to more than 1,000 customers. The deal is expected to close in the first half of 2013 and continues Oracle’s fourth quarter buying spree.
A new $35 million funding round gives inbound marketing SaaS specialist Hubspot the wherewithal to buy companies and hire staff as needed, says company CEO and Co-founder Brian Halligan. It also paves the way to an IPO.
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