MindBody provides marketing tools, scheduling, analytics, networking and point of sale services for health and wellness providers.
Touch-based analytics startup Heatma.ps emerges from stealth mode, backed by $400K, cool technology, and good luck.
AutoGrid, a Bay Area-based startup founded in 2011, pulled in $9 million to develop its “big data” technology to help utilities and businesses control their energy usage.
Apparently, people like to have fun, and they buy digital devices to assist them in that noble quest. But they use those devices differently … and therein lies the story.
Forty-one million visitors. Nine hundred sixty million pageviews. Three days.
Some of the stats about social gamers are kind of scary.
Claritics supplies the intelligence, while Badgeville brings the platform.
The 15-year-old firm has poured $50 million into IO, a provider of data center hosting services.
If you’re a publisher, musician, or any other creator who wants to know how many people are listening to your song or watching your video right now, Epic Playground wants to recruit you for its real-time media analytics service.
Avant garde brands using Tumblr can turn to Union Metrics to dive into the activity data of the startup’s eclectic audience.
With new investment in the bank, Bottlenose is angling for dominance in the social media monitoring and analytics space.
Appnomic has secured its third round of funding from existing investor Norwest Venture Partners for its cloud application monitoring service.
You’ll often hear “Big Data” startups promising to help companies unlock the true value of their data, but are they delivering?
Flurry generated more than 100 million video views in August for its video ad network service. And those ads are proving to be effective at getting users to install new apps.
People that live in U.S. states that tend to sway towards blue (democratic) on the elections map watch 26% more online video than those in red states, according to Ooyala’s latest global video index report.
WhatRunsWhere, the innovative service that allows you to track your competitors’ online advertising, has just acquired U.K.-based startup Mobile Ad Spy, which essentially does the same thing for mobile.
Terms were not publicly announced, but VentureBeat has learned from chief operating officer Max Teitelbaum that the deal was worth north of seven figures … a significant exit for a start-up launched just last year which is still in beta.
Talent Analytics measures people, weighing their preferences and motivations and how those characteristics predict job performance. “Our niche is companies who have employees,” jokes founder Greta Roberts.
BestVendor is releasing the result of its 2012 Freelancer Survey tomorrow, revealing the most popular tools and apps for freelancers and entrepreneurs.
But the company gave VentureBeat a sneak peek today.
App Annie is a gosh-awful name for a really great service (the company provides app store data to developers and others), and it’s just announced a $6 million round of funding.
Social media monitoring service Viralheat has today added Pinterest integration to help its brand and marketer clients better understand how the people of Pinterest are discussing their products and services.
YoYo Games is making it easy to tap monetization and analytics services from within its cross-platform game development tools.
Flurry is launching its new service to help app creators build more relevant features, target ad campaigns, and earn more advertising revenue.
London 2012 starts today, and many of us will be glued to screens both large and small for the next 16 days. But while we’re watching, we’re probably also tweeting: cheering our teams and our stars.
Activision Blizzard and Swrve are proving that mobile games are as important as those for consoles.
GoodData racked up $25 million in a third round of funding for its big data analytics service.
Apsalar is introducing its “behavioral advertising solution,” called ApEngage. It helps app makers target audiences and make money from them.
It’s not fan count. Not the number of retweets per week, or how many likes you received. Nor is it the number of times someone has clicked the +1 button on your site.
Web application monitoring service New Relic is adding a new site speed index to its product line-up, offering website and web application managers new insights into how they rank compared to similar sites … even competitors.
Analyzing big data doesn’t have to be an expensive and drawn out affair. A company called Precog has launched a simple, drop-in app developers can use to collect and analyze vast amounts of data for product features like recommendations, reporting, predictions, and real-time decision-making.
We’ve got a lot of stories this Wednesday for you. Click each link below to learn more about the day’s funding news.