Contractbook, the platform for end-to-end contract lifecycle management, raised €3.5 million from a syndicate led by GradientVentures, Google’s AI Fund, the Nordic VC-fund byFounders and a group of key angel investors.Read Article
A strict budget makes it hard to experiment with pricing models and miscalculations sometimes seem too costly for the trial-and-error approach. Nevertheless, developing a sustainable price-model for a SaaS-platform is notoriously hard though it is equally important to have a good product.
The Economist termed data “The new oil” but they might not have grasped the accuracy of their own words. Just as everyone (except maybe Donald Trump) is beginning to turn their backs on the oil industry, people are now realizing that their digital behaviour has consequences.
The stats are unequivocal: Nine out of ten startups fail within their first five years. Victor Fasahati has experienced this depressing reality first-hand.
What if there is more to it than cold, rational calculation and profit optimization? What if technological solutions actually promote softer values and in the end make us happier?
You can choose to embrace the disruptive force of digital revolution or you can try to close your eyes and pretend that nothing is changing. (Good luck with that, by the way)
Think of it… All the new features, all the new faces, all the new users and finally the new investment that has strengthened us significantly ahead of 2018. Below this sentimental bullshit, I have laid out a little trip down The Contractbook Memory Lane with all the major highlights from 2017.
During the last three weeks, we have published an advent calendar of GDPR-related articles. We hope you enjoyed them – this is the last one.
GDPR. Christmas comes early this year as we have taken upon us to read 88 pages of lawyer nonsense and provide you with some of the basic information you need to be prepared for when The General Data Protection Regulation enforces
If you followed the guidelines on GDPR from last week, you now have an overview of the data you process. You know what data you collect, what you are using it for and who you are sharing it with. You may have realised that you only handle very little data to pay your employees – good for you.