EasyYa, a Chinese cross-border supply chain management services platform, announced on August 1 that it has completed a round B of financing worth several hundred million yuan.
China's leading cross-border e-commerce company, DHgate, which operates a centralized marketplace, has announced the repositioning of MyyShop as a one-stop social commerce software-as-a-service (SaaS platform) in June.
FlowUs, a one-stop digital information management SaaS software, announced on Tuesday that the company has obtained three consecutive rounds of financing worth tens of millions.
Chinese AI SaaS provider Megaview has completed a pre-A round of financing. The lead investor was Glory Ventures, with additional participation from existing shareholder GGV Capital.
Inssent, a Beijing-based SaaS provider, has completed a series A+ round of financing garnering tens of millions of yuan, led by Poly Capital and an industrial fund.
Jinghai Technology, a SaaS solution provider in China, announced on Wednesday that it had completed an angel round financing worth tens of millions of yuan, led by Matrix Partners and Sequoia Capital China.
The provider of digital transformation solutions, PubLink, announced on Wednesday that it had secured funding through A1 and A2 rounds of financing, with a total amount of 100 million yuan ($15.7 million).
In last week’s VC news, Xiaomi completed at least two considerable investments in AI and robotic tech, smart projector upstart JMGO bagged $157 million in its latest funding round and more.
Shenzhen ELS Technology Co., Ltd., a SaaS network platform based in China, announced on Thursday it has raised more than 100 million yuan ($15.8 million) in a C2 round of financing.
Jingpin Hi-Tech, a smart retail firm specializing in Software as a Service (SaaS) systems, has recently completed an A round of financing worth tens of millions of yuan, featuring exclusive investment from Plum Ventures.
Cainiao Global, a logistics company backed by Chinese tech giant Alibaba, reached a cooperation agreement on Wednesday with commerce platform Shoplazza.
Alibaba-owned Keruyun, a SaaS (Software as a Service) platform for the catering, retail and beauty industries, will begin to operate independently and Alibaba will reduce its holdings in the firm.
Hecom (Beijing) Technology Co., Ltd. recently announced it has secured 225 million yuan ($35.4 million) from Sequoia China and Weilai Qichuang.
On Thursday, Beta Data, a SaaS service platform for financial institutions, announced the completion of a round B+ of financing.
Shoplazza, a global e-commerce online store SaaS platform, announced the closing of its $150 million Series C1 financing.