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MindTickle raises $100 mn by Softbank Vision Fund 2
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MindTickle raises $100 mn by Softbank Vision Fund 2

Sales readiness platform MindTickle raises $100 million (approximately Rs 745 crore) in a combination of equity and debt financing led by Softbank Vision Fund 2. The existing investors, Norwest Venture Partners, Canaan, NewView Capital, and Qualcomm Ventures, also participated in the round. MindTickle provides data-driven solutions for sales readiness and enablement that fuels revenue growth and brand value for hundreds of companies across the world. MindTickle has offices in Pune, San Francisco, and London. The company will use this new round of funding to accelerate platform activities and expansion of global operations. "As customers become increasingly demanding and remote work becomes more common, organizations realize the need to reskill and upskill their employees on a...
MindTickle Raises $40 Million in Series C Funding
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MindTickle Raises $40 Million in Series C Funding

SAN FRANCISCO-- MindTickle, a leading Sas platform has secured $40 million in Series C funding. New investor Norwest Venture Partners led the round with participation from all existing investors including Accel Partners, Canaan, NewView Capital, a spinout of New Enterprise Associates, and Qualcomm Ventures LLC. In addition, Scott Beechuk, partner at Norwest Venture Partners and former Senior Vice President of Product Management at Salesforce Service Cloud will join MindTickle's Board of Directors. This round brings MindTickle's total raised to more than $81 million. Speaking on the development, Krishna Depura, co-founder and CEO of MindTickle said, "Sales and service organizations are facing a perfect storm on many fronts and company representatives that are not equi...
All You Need to Know About Neeraj Arora- The Man Rumoured to be Next WhatsApp CEO
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All You Need to Know About Neeraj Arora- The Man Rumoured to be Next WhatsApp CEO

While we have already reported exit of Jan Koum, the co-founder of social media messaging app WhatsApp leaving Facebook, the market is now buzzing with news regarding who could be the next CEO of the major technology giant. If reports are to be believed another Indian and a former Google employee "Neeraj Arora" could head the cross-messaging platform and is being considered for the top position. Company's "All Thing Business Guy", Neeraj Arora is an IIT graduate with a degree from the Indian School of Business. He gave up his prestigious top hierarchy job at M&A at Google to become a part of one of the hottest Silicon Valley Startups.   Neeraj started his career with a cloud solutions company in 2000, Accellion right after graduation and was one of the earliest engin...