Singapore-based startup Nugit today announced a S$7.1m funding round from Sequoia India. By combining artificial intelligence, natural language generation, and visual design, the Tigris Capital portfolio company since 2015 transforms data into decision-ready reports that integrate seamlessly into marketers’ workflows. Nugit’s intelligent platform turns fragmented marketing data into better decisions, enabling companies like Facebook and Johnson & Johnson to reduce reporting time by up to 80%.
Singapore-based PropertyGuru has invested an undisclosed amount in Vietnam’s largest real estate portal Batdongsan.com.vn which was founded in 2006. PropertyGuru will take a board seat in Batdongsan.com.vn as a major shareholder, while the Vietnamese company’s founder & CEO, Le Xuan Truong, will continue to run the business, according to a company announcement.
Singapore-based digital property agency Greyloft has concluded a round of seed funding of S$1.5 million ($1.1 million) from DSG Consumer Partners, Wavemaker Partners, Cub Capital, Tigris Capital, and JFDI. The venture provides online tools that aid customers in renting a property, starting from online research through to paperwork and post move-in support.
Digify, a secure multi-platform file sending service, today announced the launch of its free Chrome extension “Digify for Gmail”, making it possible for Gmail users to track and unsend email attachments. Through the extension, users can also apply Digify’s popular self-destruct timer to attachments.
Luxe Nomad, a Tigris Capital portfolio company, was featured on CNBC’s Managing Asia today. Luxe Nomad founder Stephanie Chai told CNCB anchor Christine Tan that “[the company is] profitable on certain months,” but did not provide earnings numbers. She added, “I’ve pretty much doubled my revenue in December from the previous year and my expenses remained the same…it’s been a really good return.”