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    1. Q&A: New Colorado CIO Sees Opportunities in Digital Government and Innovation

      Q&A: New Colorado CIO Sees Opportunities in Digital Government and Innovation

      In January, Colorado gained a new CIO and executive director for the state’s Governor’s Office of Information Technology: Theresa Szczurek, co-founder of Radish Systems, a software firm that develops “voice with visuals” self-service and other live-assistance communications platforms. Szczurek previously served as a management consultant.

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    2. Cherwell Appoints Andre Cuenin as Chief Revenue Officer

      Cherwell Appoints Andre Cuenin as Chief Revenue Officer

      Cherwell Software a global leader in service management announced that technology leader Andre Cuenin has been appointed as the Chief Revenue Officer. He will report to Sam Gilliland, Cherwell’s chief executive officer, and be based in the company’s offices in Colorado Springs and Denver, Colorado.

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    3. Boulder software developers look to grow apprenticeship program

      Boulder software developers look to grow apprenticeship program

      BOULDER  — A software development company is looking to close the talent gap in coding through a program to create more diverse developers. Techtonic Group Inc. is a software development firm, but over the past four years it has created an apprenticeship curriculum to train more people in coding and engineering. Unlike a boot camp, which requires students to pay around $20,000 to be trained over six months, Techtonic has developed an exclusive course where students are paid to learn.

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    4. LogRhythm software update to help customers SOAR above security threats

      LogRhythm software update to help customers SOAR above security threats

      LogRhythm Inc., a security intelligence company, is seeing success in its latest software update which makes cutting-edge ideas in cybersecurity more accessible. The company’s latest software release, version 7.4 of its NextGen SIEM platform, makes it easier to use SOAR techniques — security orchestration, automation and response — a cybersecurity concept that first become popular about 18 months ago.

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    5. Software firm has big plans to grow Denver office after hiring former Travelocity CEO

      Software firm has big plans to grow Denver office after hiring former Travelocity CEO

      With a new chief executive at the helm, a Colorado Springs software company has plans to triple the size of its Denver office over the next two years as it expands its product offering. In August, Cherwell hired Sam Gilliland, the former CEO of Travelocity and its parent company Sabre Corp., to lead the software company that was founded in 2004. Gilliland is the company’s third CEO in the past two years.

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    6. Software firm to grow Denver headcount to 300 at new U.S. headquarters

      Software firm to grow Denver headcount to 300 at new U.S. headquarters

      There was plenty of celebrating — including 90 minutes of mimosas and some live jazz to start the morning — on the fourth story of the newest building in Denver’s lower Highland neighborhood this week. Xero, the cloud accounting software maker, officially moved from its offices in the Denver Tech Center into a hip, new 30,000-square-foot space on the top floor of the Circa Building, 1615 Platte St., between Commons Park and I-25, on Monday.

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    7. Boulder's VictorOps selling to San Francisco firm for $120 million

      A San Francisco data management company is buying VictorOps Inc. of Boulder for $120 million. Splunk Inc. (Nasdaq: SPLK) said it will use cash and stock to buy VictorOps, which makes software that monitors companies’ software products, alerting about incidents that keep the software from functioning well and helping get started on fixing the issue.

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    8. Denver-based software firm Vendavo acquires Swedish company

      Denver-based software firm Vendavo said it's acquired Swedish pricing software provider Navetti AB for an undisclosed price. "Terms of the deal are confidential," said a Vendavo spokesperson. Vendavo makes price-management software. The company's involved in a patent infringement spat with German software company Price f(x).

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    9. FrontRange Software has become Ivanti and has big growth plans in Colorado Springs

      FrontRange Software has become Ivanti and has big growth plans in Colorado Springs

      Once one of the biggest names in Colorado Springs software, FrontRange Solutions Inc. became far less visible when it moved its headquarters and most operations to California in 2004.

      But the company never left entirely, keeping a small team that supports its information technology service management software and related products. It has survived more than a decade of mergers, acquisitions and buyouts.

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    10. Broomfield software business buys company to expand its Salesforce product lineup (Video)

      Conga, whose software is used by thousands of companies to make and manage documents with Salesforce.com’s platform, is acquiring another document-generation technology company in a move to expand Conga’s product line.

      Broomfield-based Conga reached a definitive agreement to acquire Indianapolis-based Octiv in a transaction expected to close within the quarter.

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