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    1. Rivet Software and staff to stay in Denver, acquisition aims for growth, CEO says

      Rivet Software and staff to stay in Denver, acquisition aims for growth, CEO says

      Last week’s purchase of Rivet Software Inc. won’t immediately change much about the Denver company.

      Equity Administration Solutions Inc., the Pleasanton, California-based company that bought Rivet, plans to keep Rivet's Denver office and its 70 employees. Madelaine Rohan, who had been CEO, stayed with the company to be vice president of the combined operation’s international business.

      What’s hoped for in the deal is expansion, said Michael Boese, Equity Administration CEO, and what motivated…

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    2. SendGrid replaces Franklin as CEO

      SendGrid replaces Franklin as CEO

      SendGrid, a fast-growing Boulder technology company, replaced its CEO on Tuesday with an executive who will continue to live in the San Francisco Bay area as it grows and aspires to go public. Sameer Dholakia, former vice president and general manager of cloud technologies at Citrix, replaces Jim Franklin who served as Send Grid’s CEO since 2011. SendGrid helps companies with large volumes of email manage the messages and prevent them from getting rejected or caught in spam filters.

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    3. Placeable among Denver startups moving forward

      Placeable among Denver startups moving forward

      Denver's startups are quickly moving from infancy to later stages of business.

      For instance, Placeable was named a "Denver Gazelle" by the city's Office of Economic Development in 2013 for its success and growth potential.

      At that point, the location-based advertising company had about 40 employees, and it's since continued to grow, attracting clients like Bank of America, Western Union and American Express, among others.

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    4. PlayerLync, app maker for the Denver Broncos, branches out to business users

      PlayerLync, app maker for the Denver Broncos, branches out to business users

      PlayerLync has added some new looks to its playbook, branching out to business analytics and training after making a name for itself with professional sports teams.

      The Greenwood Village-based company pioneered turning team playbooks for the Denver Broncos and Colorado Rockies into interactive iPad video playbooks. PlayerLync’s technology is being used by half the NFL and by other professional sports franchises.

      PlayerLync’s technology allowed coaches to remotely update a player’s iPad with…

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    5. CPI Card Group to acquire EFT Source

      CPI Card Group to acquire EFT Source

      CPI Card Group, a Littleton-based company that the nation's largest producer of secure financial plastic cards, said Monday it has an agreement to buy EFT Source Inc., a provider of card programs and personalization services for the financial payments industry. EFT is headquartered in Nashville and has production facilities in Colorado Springs. Terms of the deal were not announced. "With the acquisition of EFT Source, CPI will be poised to continue to meet the increasing demand for innovative…

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    6. TriZetto may go on the block; deal could be worth $3 billion

      TriZetto may go on the block; deal could be worth $3 billion

      TriZetto Corp., a Douglas County-based healthcare software company, may be put up for sale by its private equity owners, raising the possibility of another health care information technology player or private equity fund buying the company in a deal worth as much as $3 billion

      Reuters, citing unnamed sources, reported Wednesday that London-based private equity group Apax Partners is exploring the sale of TriZetto. Apax has tapped JP Morgan Chase to organize an auction, Reuters said.

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    7. TrackVia teams with Zapier to enable users to build Web or mobile apps to connect Web services

      TrackVia teams with Zapier to enable users to build Web or mobile apps to connect Web services

      DENVER – TrackVia, a “no code” application building platform for business users, announced it is partnering with California-based Zapier to allow its users to connect their Web or mobile applications with hundreds of best-of-breed Web services, including Gmail, QuickBooks, Microsoft Exchange, MailChimp, Google Docs, Salesforce, Zendesk and hundreds more.

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    8. DaVita HealthCare Partners recognized as Metro Denver's healthiest extra-large employer

      DaVita HealthCare Partners Inc., a leading provider of kidney care and health care services, today announced it has been recognized by the Denver Business Journal as Metro Denver's healthiest extra-large employer. This is the third consecutive year the publication has recognized the company's commitment to teammate health and wellness with a first place rank in the Healthiest Employer award ...

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