Hootsuite today announced its acquisition of Heyday, a Montreal-based conversational AI platform that enables brands to deliver personalized customer experiences through 1:1 messaging conversations. Hootsuite, a pioneer in the social media management category will now allow brands to fully leverage conversational AI to create a better customer experience with this acquisition.
Amazon has just announced it has acquired the encrypted messaging app Wickr. The messaging app should be incorporated in its Amazon Web Services (AWS). Wickr, which was founded in 2011 and is based in San Fransisco, describes itself as the “most secure” video conferencing and collaboration platform. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.
Google reveals first canadian cloud accelerator Cohort. This program offers a three-month digital accelerator program for high potential Seed to Series A tech startups based in Canada.
Google is teaming up with WooCommerce, the wordpress e-commerce platform, to enable retailers to show their products for free across Google.
Lightspeed (TSX: LSPD) (NYSE: LSPD) ! The company behind cloud-based point-of-sale software (POS) to ecommerce, brick-and-mortar, and omnichannel retailers plans to acquire 2 global digital ecommerce leaders: The Shopify rival Ecwid and the wholesale software provider NuOrder.
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WeCommerce, , a Canadian e-commerce technology holding company managed by Andrew Wilkinson’s Tiny Capital, is set to go public on the TSX Venture Exchange (TSXV). WeCommerce is expected to start trading under the symbol “WE.V” at the opening of the markets on December 14, 2020.
MTL+Ecommerce: Hudson’s Bay is joining thousands of other Canadian retailers who are already seeing the benefits of offering PayBright to their customers. Implementing Paybright Technology is a huge opportunity for both retailers and consumers.
Unified Commerce Group (UCG) announced on Friday a strategic investment in Canadian sustainable fashion brand Frank And Oak. The transaction is expected to be approved by the Superior Court of Quebec this week. Provided such approval is obtained, it is anticipated that the transaction will close shortly thereafter.