Corporations piled into the recruitment cloud platform’s $2.8m round, an indication of how SaaS technology is rapidly gaining a foothold at Japanese companies.

A slew of corporates were among the 12 investors that helped Japan-based human resources (HR) software provider NetOn close a ¥360m ($2.8m) round today, another sign of how software-as-a-service (SaaS) technology is seeing unprecedented expansion in the country. Online data portal All About, travel agency AirTrip, beauty product distributor Beauty Garage, enterprise chat tool provider…

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