The Weekly Notable Startup Funding Report takes on a trip across various ecosystems in the US, highlighting some of the notable funding activity.
SourceDay is recognized in this weekly feature as an Austin startup bringing in fresh cash.
SourceDay, an Austin, TX-based supplier collaboration engine of the direct spend industry, closed a $12.5m Series B round of funding.
Last week, Baird Capital closed on $215 million for its fifth venture capital fund.
Some companies are still able to find funding as the economy comes to a near standstill during the COVID-19 pandemic. SourceDay has collected more than $23 million since it was founded in 2013.
SourceDay, a provider of supplier collaboration solutions that focus on direct spend, will use its Series B funding to mitigate supply chain risk during the COVID-19 pandemic and prepare customers for the eventual market rebound.
SourceDay, a leading supplier collaboration engine of the direct spend industry, and one of Austin’s fastest-growing companies, today announced it has closed a $12.5 million Series B round of funding.
Austin-based SourceDay, a supplier collaboration engine of the direct spend industry, has secured $12.5m in Series B funding.
The Austin-based startup, SourceDay, has raised $23.3 million to date.
SourceDay announces $12.5 million in series B funding to develop its software that automates purchasing for manufacturers and distributors.
SourceDay has doubled in size every year for the last three years, with no plans to slow down.
SourceDay announced as Austin Chamber Generous Business Awards honoree.
Austin software startup SourceDay has doubled its headcount to more than 50 in the past year and just relocated to a new office in Northwest Austin.
SourceDay Founder and CEO Tom Kieley explains why buyer-supplier connectivity — in real-time — is essential for the entire direct spend and procurement process, from sourcing through to payment and beyond.
SourceDay announces two additions to their cloud solution with the release of their Request for Quote and Accounts Payable Collaboration products.
SourceDay announces several new C-Suite hires.
SourceDay appoints Jim Hilbert as its chief customer officer and Peter Feldman as its chief technology officer and Josh Tong as VP of product.
Learn why the addition of RFQ and AP Automation to SourceDay’s collaboration engine makes the spend management solution even more competitive in the market.
SourceDay ran an exclusive analysis for Fortune to measure the total amount spent on purchase orders across more than 15,000 manufacturers and suppliers.
Tom Kieley, co-founder and CEO of SourceDay, discusses how his company provides visibility, and trust, in their ERPs, unlocking the power of the modern supply chain ecosystem.
SourceDay announces the addition of two new modules to its supplier collaboration engine, Request for Quote (RFQ) Collaboration and a solution for Accounts Payable Collaboration (APC).
Spend Matters analysts Nick Heinzmann and Pierre Mitchell discuss the developing direct sourcing technology market, with Sourceday in the spotlight.
SourceDay is honored to join the Austin A-List of most innovative startups.
Learn why some of the issues faced in the first mile of your supply chain can ripple across all phases of your business.
The payment industry is undergoing a huge transformation, with several new technologies, including SourceDay’s AP Solution, promising better efficiency.
SourceDay offers a Software-as-a-Service solution that automates the management of purchase orders, RFQs, and accounts payable for global supply chains.
Tom Kieley, co-founder and CEO of SourceDay, discusses the ways in which his company provides its customers with visibility, and therefore trust, in their ERPs, allowing them to unlock the power of the modern supply chain ecosystem. See the full feature in Supply Chain Digital.
SourceDay was featured in Innovate Austin. A 300-page in-depth study and AR video series that showcases of all the people, companies, products, and services that are leading the race within Austin’s innovation and entrepreneurial ecosystem.
Tom Kieley, CEO of SourceDay, weighs in on the biggest problems plaguing supply chain management today.
Tom Kieley, CEO of SourceDay, speaks on how the digital transformation of procurement is changing the industry’s job market.
SuiteApp allows NetSuite users to digitize their supply chains and now meets all NetSuite standards and best practices.
SourceDay is celebrating its approval as a built for Oracle NetSuite hybrid SuiteApp. The direct spend procurement and purchase order management solution integrates to a wider range of ERP products
Tom Kieley, CEO of SourceDay, joins Spend Matters for a Q&A on how to improve supply chain efficiency.
Tom Kieley, CEO at SourceDay, writes on how cloud-based supply chain management platforms offer a number of solutions and are changing the landscape of the supply chain industry.
SourceDay’s CEO, Tom Kieley, speaks about the “path to productivity” and how SourceDay helps make every link in a supply chain faster and more efficient.
SourceDay welcomes former Spredfast VP of Brand and Revenue Marketing, Sarah Moore, alongside former NSS labs and Ping Identity exec Emeka Obinwu as its new CMO and SVP of Alliances and Channel, respectively.
SourceDay’s SuiteApp bolsters development standards and best practices.
Channel partners can expect to see business-driven security become a key theme and more news from the week – including SourceDay’s newly appointed Executives.
SourceDay is honored to join the Greater Austin Chamber of Commerce and celebrate being named one of Austin’s hottest startups at the A-List Awards.
Read the full Q&A session between Channel Partners and SourceDay Executive, Emeka Obianwu.
SourceDay among the twenty-four companies honored for their innovation and business success at the Austin Chamber of Commerce’s A-List Awards on May 23.
SourceDay makes the first channel hire on heels of dramatic recurring revenue growth.
Supply chain SaaS solution provider SourceDay announced it had added two seasoned executives to its leadership team, one of them from Spredfast.
Tom Kieley, SourceDay CEO discusses disruption and what’s on the horizon with finance experts.
Manufacturers today are slowly seeing an expanding set of purchasing tools beyond ERP and MRP alone. SourceDay takes on many of the problems that procurement organizations find in managing direct materials spend.
Check out 20 cloud software companies, including SourceDay, whose cloud software has caught our attention.
In an exclusive interview with Devathon, SourceDay co-founder and CEO Tom Kieley traces his journey so far and his plans for the years ahead.
Procurement industry expert and Spend Matters founder, Jason Busch, agree that SourceDay has “succeeded in creating a distinctive European direct materials procurement solutions market that exists outside of the generic source-to-pay realm.”
An investment firm that’s been highly active in recent weeks just disclosed how much money it’s working with.
Procurement software provider SourceDay on Tuesday detailed how it is growing: adding two board members and reporting 230% revenue growth year over year, as well as adding customers and staff.
With Sourceday, AlertMedia, LIFT Aircraft and others in their portfolio, ATX Seed Ventures plans to announce its third fund this year.
SourceDay may be selling to an entirely new direct materials procurement solutions market.
SourceDay CEO, Tom Kieley weighs in on four tips for startups on their journey towards Series A funding.
SourceDay looks for individuals who have the aptitude for decomposing a problem to find a true solution.
See the full Q&A with Tom Kieley, CEO and Co-Founder of SourceDay.
PD Reporter curates a weekly selection of exclusive interviews with early-stage founders and VC firms. Learn more about SourceDay in this interview on the recent funding announcement.
Austin tech tapped off 2018 with nearly $80 million in new capital throughout December. Thirteen companies, including SourceDay, benefited from fresh funding, with the average deal size coming in at just under $6 million.
Procurement software provider SourceDay on Wednesday announced it has received $6.5 million in Series A funding from three capital venture firms.
SourceDay has 100 enterprise companies as customers and more than 3,000 suppliers in seven countries on its platform and it’s growing.
Austin software company SourceDay, which helps manufacturing companies automate the order fulfillment process, said Wednesday that it has raised $6.5 million from investment firms Silverton Partners, Draper Associates and ATX Seed Ventures.
SourceDay, launched in 2015, plans to channel Series A funding to new sales and marketing efforts. It has now raised $10.8M total.
“SourceDay’s software is well-timed with the rapidly increasing demand for solutions that digitize the supply chain,” said Morgan Flager, General Partner with Silverton Partners.
“We solve for the inefficiencies, challenges and errors that come with manual procurement processes.” – Tom Kieley, SourceDay CEO and Co-Founder
SourceDay scores $6.5M to double its team.
SourceDay Series A financing will be used to expand the Austin, Texas-based company’s sales and marketing efforts and develop new products. The investment brings the company’s total fundraising to $10.8 million.
See SourceDay’s Series A mention in The PE Hub Network.
Technology companies such as App Radar, Buzzoole, Workato, SourceDay, Looker, and others have announced their latest funding rounds.
SourceDay Inc. announced a $6.5 million series A round Dec. 5 and the backing of prominent investors such as Draper Associates, which has invested in Tesla Inc. and Skype, and Silverton Partners, one of the most active early-stage investor in Texas.
Venture capitalists and equity investors targeted companies that apply big data technologies, including artificial intelligence, to an array of use cases, including fleet and manufacturing — leading to more than $322 million raised for B2B startups this week. See SourceDay’s mention in this funding recap.
SourceDay has raised $6.5 million in Series A funding from Silverton Partners, Draper Associates and ATX Seed Ventures.
SourceDay, an Austin, Texas-based provider of automating direct spend procurement, purchase order management and supplier collaboration solutions, raised $6.5 million in Series A funding.
Discover how SourceDay helps customers shift away from manual processes in the accounts payable space.