Fit Small Business - Jan 03, 2019
Workforce management software is designed to streamline the scheduling, timekeeping and day-to-day management of your employees. By simplifying shift and schedule planning and managing time off, it optimizes employee on-the-job productivity and helps you control labor costs.
If the tech stock implosion is a reality check, what’s the alternative for investors seeking high growth?
Investor Daily - Jan 01, 2019
And some are VC firms are very willing. An Australian fintech start-up has raised $45 million in capital. It hasn’t even launched to the market and has only been trialled with 50 family and friends, yet it was still appetising to a VC firm and super fund, Hostplus.
Yahoo Finance - Nov 29, 2018
An Australian tech startup that helps companies manage staffing schedules is planning to expand in the UK after raising £63m, ($81m, A$111m).
Fortune - Nov 29, 2018
Deputy, an Australia-based workforce management software solution, raised $81 million in Series B funding. IVP led the round, and was joined by investors including OpenView, Square Peg Capital and EVP.
VentureBeat - Nov 29, 2018
Australia-based employee management platform Deputy has raised $81 million in a series B round of funding led by IVP, with participation from OpenView, Square Peg Capital, and EVP.
TechCrunch - Nov 29, 2018
After eight years of bootstrapping, Deputy sought scale. So the workforce management platform turned to venture capital, quickly raising a $25 million Series A in early 2017. Today, Deputy is announcing a major accomplishment: the close of an $81 million round — the largest Series B in Australian history.
The biggest Series B raise in Australian history just tipped $111 million into workforce software startup Deputy
Business Insider Australia - Nov 29, 2018
Deputy, an Australian workforce management software startup, has set new benchmark for series B raise, pulling in $US81 million ($A111m) from US backers. VC firm IVP, the Silicon Valley investment business that previously backed the likes of Dropbox, Slack and Twitter, led the round with support from OpenView.
The Sydney Morning Herald - Nov 29, 2018
Workforce management startup Deputy has raised $US81 million ($111 million) in funding in what is the biggest Series B raise in Australian history. Co-founder and chief executive Ashik Ahmed, 38, told Fairfax Media the raise is a “momentous occasion” for the startup which he started with his then-boss, Steve Shelley, 52, ten years ago.
Australian Financial Review - Nov 29, 2018
IVP, which has big investments in Twitter and Slack, has made its first Aussie investment, ploughing $111 million into local workforce management software company Deputy in one of the country’s largest venture capital raises on record