This summer we announced that Sling was acquired by Toast, a huge American restaurant platform as can be seen below. More information about the sale has now been released with Toast’s recently published Q2 financial results. Toast paid $60.6M for the acquisition with a mixed payment of newly issued stocks worth $18.6M at the time… Read More Sling was sold to Toast for $60.6M
The American restaurant platform Toast that is listed in the New York Stock exchange, has acquired Sling, an Icelandic restaurant employee scheduling start-up. The addition of Sling is supposed to strengthen Toast’s payroll and team management product range. By acquiring Sling, Toast will now add a solution that helps restaurants staff more efficiently and better… Read More Sling acquired by a huge American restaurant platform
Through the years, companies — not only tech startups — have grossly underestimated the cost of selling and developing businesses outside of their home market. So a year ago, when a small Icelandic tech company, Gangverk, decided to start investing in sales and business development by opening an office in New York City, it was… Read More Sling’s First Year in America: Lessons From an Icelandic Startup
Icelandic startup Sling, the maker of non-desk communication software by the same name, signed a $2.5 million licensing deal with an undisclosed American company. “The sale is an acknowledgement of our development and the need for a mobile-first solution for businesses where the staff work in shifts,” says CEO Helgi Hermannsson. Sling will white-label a… Read More Sling signs $2.5 million licensing deal
Sling, developed by Icelandic app studio Gangverk, is a communication and shift scheduling application for the non-desk working industries. The app is free and available on the web, iOS and Android, and was released in June following a Beta release last February. “Many of the retailers and restaurants we work with are facing challenges in… Read More Sling brings communication and scheduling to non-desk workers
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