MarTech News: Round-Up 16/06/23

This Week in Martech: ⚙️ Integrate announces Christy Dinges as Chief People Officer ⚙️ Salesforce Introduces AI Cloud 💰 Digibee Raises $60 Million 👥 Hexagon Partners With NVIDIA... and more!

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Integrate announces Christy Dinges as Chief People Officer

Integrate, a company that specialises in B2B Precision Demand Marketing (PDM), recently revealed the selection of Christy Dinges as their Chief People Officer.

With an extensive background spanning more than three decades, Dinges brings a wealth of experience in HR leadership across various sectors such as public and private companies, private equity, software, consumer brands, retail, and manufacturing.

In her most recent role as EVP of Global People and Culture at Perforce Software, Dinges held responsibility for overseeing Human Capital Strategy and Operational Execution. This encompassed areas like Talent Management, Organisational Design, M&A Integration, Total Rewards and Operations, Communications, Culture, and Employee Engagement.

Salesforce Introduces AI Cloud

Salesforce is set to release a comprehensive range of products as part of its strategic move to strengthen its presence in the highly competitive field of artificial intelligence (AI).

Branded as AI Cloud, this suite comprises a collection of tools specifically developed to provide AI solutions that are suitable for enterprise applications.

With this release, Salesforce aims to further enhance its product lineup by integrating AI capabilities across various domains. This initiative builds upon the company's earlier generative AI project launched in March, demonstrating its commitment to implementing generative AI throughout the entirety of the Salesforce platform.

Digibee Raises $60 Million

Digibee, an enterprise-focused low-code integration platform, recently revealed that it secured $60 million in a Series B funding round.

The funding was led by Goldman Sachs, with participation from Leadwind, Southern Europe, Vivo Ventures, Brazilian telecommunications company Vivo, Kinea, and G2D.

With this successful funding round, Digibee's total raised capital reaches $90 million. CEO Rodrigo Bernardinelli stated that the funds will primarily be allocated to fuel the company's expansion efforts in the United States and Latin America, with a specific emphasis on enhancing customer support in the U.S. market.

The headquarters of Digibee is located in Weston, Florida.

Hexagon Partners With NVIDIA

Hexagon and NVIDIA have joined hands in a collaborative endeavour to propel the development of industrial digital twin solutions that integrate reality capture, manufacturing twins, AI, simulation, and visualization.

The ultimate objective is to provide real-time comparisons with real-world models. This partnership merges cutting-edge technologies from Hexagon and NVIDIA, facilitating seamless and streamlined workflows for multiple users through a unified view.

Keap Partners with EasyWebinar

Keap, a leading sales and marketing automation software company, has recently unveiled a significant partnership with EasyWebinar.

EasyWebinar is a unique platform that combines live streaming capabilities with marketing automation tools, all in one place. The purpose of this collaboration is to empower small businesses by allowing them to seamlessly integrate virtual events with sales and marketing automation, thereby driving sales growth.

Through this partnership, Keap users will gain access to a comprehensive set of tools that facilitate the creation of captivating webinars, enable behavioural audience segmentation, and leverage automation to boost sales.

This integration is offered as a distinct paid feature within the Keap platform, providing users with a seamless and efficient experience.

Helium Health Raises $30M

Helium Health, an African startup offering software-as-a-service solutions, financing options, and valuable insights to healthcare providers and public health organizations, has successfully raised $30 million in Series B funding.

This significant milestone comes three years after the Lagos-based health tech company secured $10 million in Series A funding and 18 months following a notable Africa-GCC deal involving Meddy, a UAE-based healthcare provider-patient interaction platform.

Helium Health continues to make strides in the healthcare industry, expanding its reach and impact in the African market.

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