In just a few days we’re bringing together the best and brightest in the South American SaaS community for SaaStock LatAm Online: two days dedicated to helping SaaS companies adapt to the changing landscape, survive these tough times, and thrive again in the future.

For SaaS startups, we know this has been a particularly challenging time, which is why our Startup Program and Startup Pass are highly sought-after, by startup founders looking to meet investors, showcase their brand, generate new leads, and most importantly, connect with other founders to share their experience.

We’ve put together a list of ten of the hottest startups joining us at SaaStock LatAm Online.

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BossaBox exists to empower people who transform and change the way technology is made today. They provide a complete solution for the construction of digital products. They do this by connecting the best technology and product professionals to their customers and guaranteeing the success of their projects by using the agile methodology.


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Delta Protect

Delta Protect offers the best cybersecurity solutions for companies in Mexico and Latin America. It is a cybersecurity company focused on providing comprehensive solutions to act and respond before, during, and after a cyber attack.


Delta Protect CEO joins LegalTech Talks (Youtube)


Flokzu is a Workflow Management Tool to automate and model workflows within teams and organizations. It has offices in the US, Spain and Uruguay, and provides a low-code BPM Suite for high-performance teams.


Free Business Process Management course by Flokzu (Udemy)


Isibit is an all-in-one business travel platform. They help companies manage business travel, while saving money and keeping employees happy. It simplifies the travel expenses process, and provides real-time analytics to help companies improve their travel policies and spend more efficiently.

In the news:

isibit to scale into Colombia and Brazil, after joining Y Combinator


Nextcode is the most agile and secure platform for document validation. Their goal is to save time and money for people and businesses, promoting secure relationships between companies and their customers.

In the news:

Nextcode joins first batch of startups in Plug and Play’s Brazil program


PLIPAG is a fintech based in Brazil, focused on the relationships between recurring services SMBs and their clients. We help companies that charge the same customers every month, such as schools, courses, agencies, fitness studios, accountants, SaaS, and more, to get paid faster and keep control over their client base by offering a all-in-one SaaS platform with CRM, billing and service resources.


Learn more about Plipag


Lernit is a learning experience management system for businesses offering their staff bite-sized training and development. Their methodology is based on the three principles of micro-learning – keeping lesson content short, digestible, and engaging. It replaces traditional, long content training modules with short and engaging courses.


Reply’em is focused on helping businesses have better results on social media. Their tool lets companies send inbox messages to their customers from their Facebook page in bulk. Reply to many comments at the same time, assign labels to your users, select the users on your inbox by label or by keywords and send them an inbox message all in one click.


TRATO helps you generate smart contracts securely through Blockchain Technology. It provides a single place to reate, manage and analyze your electronic contracts from start to finish. Electronic contracts allow you to receive notifications of key deadlines and add legal support. Contracts can be signed with the Advanced Legal Signature in Mexico (FIEL) and other international legally accepted signatures.


The Wisboo platform provides everything you need to build your own training academy in a professional and intuitive way. It’s the platform of choice for over 250 clients in Latin America and Spain. Their investors include Notion Capital and Tokai Ventures