SurveyMonkey rebrands as Momentive, ZoomInfo acquires Insent & more
The enterprise data cloud company Cloudera announced that it has agreed to acquire the two SaaS companies Datacoral and Cazena to expand the company's market opportunities as it moves beyond big data to self-service.
Rob Bearden, CEO, Cloudera, says, “The acquisitions will enable Cloudera to usher in a new era of low-code, no-code self-service by automating complex operations – enabling our customers to focus on getting value from their data rather than configuring, operating and managing the underlying infrastructure.”
The feature-based Australian payment company Cirralto Limited and SaaS company Appstablishment to tackle global business payments by providing optimised business and payment solutions to a global market.
Cirralto will benefit from the proven SaaS offering and customer base of Appstablishment along with its data migration software and already established development team. The merger will help more Australian businesses to streamline their workflow.
The globally leading go-to-market intelligence solutions company ZoomInfo acquired marketing platform Insent that uses AI and advances lead routing rules to initiate powerful conversations on its platform and increase conversion rates. ZoomInfo Chat will allow teams to enhance the buying experience with help from Insent's Chatbot technology.
“ZoomInfo and Insent will help shape the future of chat by allowing teams to have data-centric, intelligent conversations that can expedite sales cycles.” - says Arjun Pillai, Co-founder & CEO, Insent.
SurveyMonkey has rebranded itself as Momentive, the parent company and the brand name of its growing enterprise business. It's also launching a new logo - a blue triangle intersecting with a yellow quarter-circle overlapping to create a shade of green.
“What we found is this name SurveyMonkey has been effortless online and we’ve continued to lean into the market opportunity there, but we’ve been so successful with occupying that name that we feel it’s time for this fresh chapter that really speaks to the breadth of solutions we offer across multiple categories.” -Leela Srinivasan, CMO, SurveyMonkey.
The leading Unified eXperience Management software solutions provider 1E got acquired by the global investment firm, The Carlyle Group. 1E's technology manages over 11M endpoints currently.
“The industry is at an inflection point and we're poised for rapid growth as businesses formulate their post-pandemic plans for work. We are delighted to have the backing of Carlyle. Their experience with high-growth technology companies with a strong expertise in infrastructure software makes them the right partner to propel us through the next stage of our journey and illustrates 1E’s potential.” - Sumir Karayi, CEO and Founder, 1E.