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Investment in Israeli startups (18 Oct 20)

Tipalti raised $150 million; apiiro raised $35 million; Illusive Networks raised $24 million; Access Fintech raised $20 million; Dataloop raised $16 million; SiteAware raised $10 million; Cyberpion raised $8.25 million; Butterfly Medical raised $7 million; TetaVi raised $6 million; Phytolon … Continue reading

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Were you watching?

Back in Feb 2016 Israel’s Tipalti was one of seven Israeli “startups to watch” (reported here). Hopefully, you read it, because the developer of automation solutions for global payments is now worth $2 billion. Its clients include Amazon Twitch, Twitter, … Continue reading

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Israeli payments for Canada

Israel’s Tipalti (Hebrew for “I handled it”) has offices in Israel, California and now Vancouver, Canada. Tipalti’s cloud-based payables automation service processes over $8 billion in transactions annually (see here). Its clients include Amazon, Vimeo, Foursquare, and Twitter. https://www.calcalistech.com/ctech/articles/0,7340,L-3782970,00.html https://tipalti.com/vancouver-offices-2020-pr/ … Continue reading

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Funds flow in for Israeli startups

In just a two-week period, the following Israeli startups raised a total of $217 million.  WSC Sports ($12m); Datorama ($32m – see above); Cato Networks ($30m); Claroty ($32m); CTERA ($25m); Applause ($35m); Optimove (20m); Totango ($8m); Tipalti ($14m); Zeekit ($9m); … Continue reading

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Don’t pay the bad guys

The technology of Israel’s Tipalti ensures that companies never make payments to individuals or companies that are on government watch lists. Tipalti did $2 billion of sales last year. http://www.timesofisrael.com/israeli-payment-tech-helps-keep-companies-off-terror-watch-lists/

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Startups to watch

Here are seven Israeli startups that I hadn’t previously reported. Audioburst (radio search engine), AzurePCR (virus and bacteria identification), DaPulse (project collaboration), Fairfly (price saver), Fraudlogix (fraud detection), Riskified (credit card checker) and Tipalti (automatic payments). http://www.inc.com/dave-kerpen/15-israeli-startups-to-watch-in-2016.html

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