Clickability, a provider of on-demand web content management software, has raised a $3.5 million debt round from SaaS Capital, according to VentureWire (not online). SaaS Capital is devoted exclusively to helping companies with this business model raise debt funding. The SF-based company has previously raised a total of $15.6 million in previous (traditional) venture money from Shasta Ventures and Convergence Partners. It claims its content management system is easily learned by non technical users. Prominent customers include CNN.com and WSJ.com. Competitors include on-demand players like, as well as traditional players like Vignette.
By Joseph Weisenthal