Slack brings all your communication together in one place (shareholder via acquisition of portfolio company Screenhero)
How we’ll talk to each other—and our chatbots—in the years ahead
Team communication app Slack today said that it now has more than 4 million daily active users, up from more than 3 million in May.
Stewart Butterfield wants to build a super bot that retrieves and correlates information from any enterprise application to find employees answers to sophisticated questions.
As their customer bases overlap, Slack and Salesforce are teaming up.
Today, New York-based startup Troops is launching its bot that helps make sales jobs easier.
Slack is opening an office in Toronto. Founded by Vancouverite Stewart Butterfield, the Silicon Valley startup’s Toronto office comes as a result of Slack’s continued growth and will help the company service clients “across the eastern seaboard.”
Team messaging and collaboration company Slack topped the first-ever “Cloud 100” listing published by Forbes today.
Just this week, Slack has updated its Android app yet again, this time to include improved support for Android tablets.
GSOFT, the software company behind leading products Sharegate and Officevibe, announced the launch of Lighthouse, the industry’s first bot designed specifically for Slack Admins to enhance Slack’s Security with real-time monitoring and alerts.
Slack CEO Stewart Butterfield doesn't believe in long working hours.
This week, Slack users can add GameOn's SI Rio Games Chatbot to any group conversation across the service.
The Slack rocketship won’t slow down. The business messaging startup has raised $200 million at a $3.8 billion post-money valuation, the company confirms to TechCrunch. The round was led by Thrive Capital, with participation by GGV, Comcast Ventures and Slack’s existing investors, including Accel, Index Ventures and Social Capital.
Slack, the popular workplace communication and collaboration startup from Flickr co-founder Stewart Butterfield — is today confirming that it has raised its latest round of funding: a Series E of $160 million at a post-money valuation of $2.8 billion.
In August 2013, the business messaging and search tool known as Slack started signing up users for its beta version. 8,000 companies created accounts in the first 24 hours.