The Austin tech scene noticed a little bit of every thing final week, together with funding rounds and new app launches. Learn up on Contentstack’s $80 million increase or compensate for the newest corporations included on Deloitte’s 2022 Expertise Quick 500 checklist. That is the Constructed In Austin Weekly Refresh.
Contentstack raised $80M. Contentstack is a headless CMS platform that has numerous integrations with different content material platforms, giving corporations excessive customization when creating and displaying content material. The corporate’s newest $80 million spherical was co-led by Georgian and Perception Companions. Contentstack now has greater than 400 workers and is approaching greater than 50,000 customers. [Built In Austin]
EngFlow obtained $18M. EngFlow was based by former Google workers and helps enterprise corporations construct and take a look at code. Final week the corporate raised $18 million in a spherical that Tiger World, Andreessen Horowitz and others participated in. [Tech Crunch]
Austin Tech Quote of the Week
“I’m at all times amazed to see all of the progressive and forward-thinking corporations that decision Central Texas house every year. Because the area continues to ascertain itself as a hub for startup founders and enterprise capitalists alike, it’s inspiring to see how corporations are in a position to remodel their enterprise, and subsequently our state, to higher the world.” — Alison Walgren, Deloitte’s Central Texas managing principal
Deloitte featured 14 Austin tech corporations on its annual checklist. Deloitte launched its 2022 Expertise Quick 500 rankings which highlights the fastest-growing corporations throughout the nation. In whole, 14 Austin tech startups had been featured on the checklist. OJO Labs clinched the No. 93 spot because the highest-ranked Austin firm on the checklist. Different native corporations on the checklist embody L7 Informatics, Measured, SpyCloud and Overhaul. [Built In Austin]
Outlier launched a sports activities betting platform. Previous to launching a sports activities betting platform Outlier, which was known as Colorcast, launched a sports activities commentary app that enabled followers to commentate on video games from their favourite groups. In response to Outlier’s founder and CEO Evan Kirkham, betting will additional join followers to video games and their groups. Outlier was featured on the Constructed In Austin Future 5 collection this quarter. [Built In Austin]
First Greenback launched a cell app. First Greenback, a medical advantages firm, launched its cell app final week. The Austin-based enterprise companions with monetary establishments and HR platforms to supply workers with on the spot entry to insurance coverage plan advantages. With the app, clients can view account balances on their HSA accounts and use their units for tap-to-pay. [PR Newswire]