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Pinecone has raised a $100M Series B led by A16Z—with explosive growth justifying their new $750M valuation.
With Adobe’s proposed $20 billion acquisition, Figma’s tale of disruption is a Cinderella story. Unique insights informed the company’s product decisions, allowing it to become the target of a record-setting acquisition.
Nailing your monetization strategy has become more important than ever in today’s weakened macroeconomic climate, and it’s no longer as simple as charging per seat.
Since the advent of the internet, few technological advances have garnered as much attention and enthusiasm as quickly as generative AI.
Great products are built by great teams.
The software business has changed dramatically—a transformation accelerated by the shift to remote work and hybrid offices many of us experience today.
In March, we announced our lead investment in the Series A for Pinecone, a semantic search database powered by vector embedding search.
Customer Advisory Boards, or CABs, play a crucial role in preparing your software for enterprise readiness.
Ilan Frank is a productivity and collaboration product veteran with more than two decades of experience scaling software.
Experimentation is a key lever for growth, yet 90% of experimentation workflows today are manual.
Abnormal Security reached a major milestone today: The four-year-old company is now valued at $4 billion after raising $210 million in Series C funding.
RAI has created perhaps one of the most unique and powerful databases in the world.
Business today lives in SaaS applications. In fact, the average enterprise organization uses no less than 150 separate SaaS applications.
We’re pleased to again invest in Observe.AI’s Series C round to fuel their next stage of development and product innovation.
Every company is a software company. Moreover, every company is now an AI/ML company.
After nearly two years of soaring valuation multiples for public cloud stocks, the law of financial gravity has returned in recent weeks.