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April 2021

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Autodesk Acquires Upchain

Autodesk, the publicly-traded software company best known for its CAD and 3D modeling tools, today announced that it has acquired Upchain, a Toronto-based startup that offers a cloud-based product lifecycle management (PLM) service. The two companies, which didn’t disclose the acquisition price, expect the transaction to close by July 31, 2021. Since its launch in 2015, Upchain raised about $7.4…
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Autodesk To Acquire Cloud-Based PLM Software Firm Upchain

In recent years, Autodesk—the self-described “leader in 3D design, engineering and entertainment software”—has steadily expanded the reach and scope of its apps. In the past few months, I’ve gotten to tell some very cool stories surrounding those moves, including the company’s Series B investment in Factory_OS (modular housing solutions), its work in moviemaking with stop-motion animation masters LAIKA, and its support for the SnapEDA search…
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Autodesk Acquires Upchain

Autodesk, the publicly-traded software company best known for its CAD and 3D modeling tools, today announced that it has acquired Upchain, a Toronto-based startup that offers a cloud-based product lifecycle management (PLM) service. The two companies, which didn’t disclose the acquisition price, expect the transaction to close by July 31, 2021. Since its launch in 2015, Upchain raised about $7.4…
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Autodesk to Acquire Upchain to Accelerate Product Development Data and Processes in the Cloud

SAN FRANCISCO, April 15, 2021 — Autodesk, Inc. (NASDAQ: ADSK) today announced it has signed a definitive agreement to acquire Upchain, a provider of instant-on, cloud-based product lifecycle management (PLM) and product data management (PDM) solutions. The acquisition positions Autodesk to deliver more value for engineers, manufacturers, suppliers and other product stakeholders by increasing collaboration across the decentralized product value chain, regardless of…
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The Barcode: Stress-baking and popcorn are the new norm

TORONTO-- Sensibill, the leading provider of everyday financial tools and SKU-level insights, delivers its second in a series of monthly reports, entitled The Barcode Report, leveraging item-level receipt data to deliver the world’s deepest and most relevant insights on everyday consumer spending. The Barcode Report transforms the SKU-level data derived from digital receipts into consumable and actionable facts (details include item names,…
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What is the Importance of Managing Everyday Spend When it Comes to Financial Wellness…

NCR’s Senior Product Manager, Digital Banking Bryan Link, Sensibill’s Founder/CEO Corey Gross, and Leaders Credit Union’s Chief Marketing Officer Leigh Anne Bentley joined us on the show to share their collaborative expertise on the importance of managing everyday spend when it comes to financial wellness. Here's what they talked about: Credit unions and fintechs alike have found members aren’t planning in years or months, but weeks…