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    1. Vista Equity buying stake in another Denver tech business

      Majority ownership of Granicus, a Denver-based maker of cloud software technologies for local governments, is being bought by investment firm Vista Equity Partners for an undisclosed amount of money.

      The deal is expected to close next month and comes just weeks after San Francisco-based Vista Equity reached a deal to buy Denver-based software company Ping Identity.

      Granicus’ existing private equity shareholder, K1 Investment Management, in El Segundo, California, will remain a minority owner…

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    2. Ping Identity buys another software maker

      Ping Identity buys another software maker

      Denver-based tech company Ping Identity Corp. is buying an Austin, Texas-based maker of identity-protection software to broaden the technologies Ping can offer its corporate clients.

      Ping announced the deal to buy UnboundID Corp. on Tuesday. Terms were not disclosed.

      UnboundID CEO Steve Shoaff will become Ping's chief product officer. The two privately-held companies are familiar with each other, having partnered on identity protection protection for clients during the past two years...

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    3. Growing Colorado data center company buys another business

      Growing Colorado data center company buys another business

      Datavail Corp., a Broomfield-based database technology company with big growth plans, has acquired another company and named its CEO to run Datavail’s practice running Oracle BI software systems.

      Terms were not disclosed for Datavail’s purchase of Art of BI, based in Fort Mill, South Carolina.

      Christian Screen, who founded and led Art of BI, is the new leader of Datavail’s Oracle business intelligence practice and will help the company make use of Art of BI’s software.

      “This acquisition…

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    4. Denver tech company bought, moving to San Francisco

      Denver tech company bought, moving to San Francisco

      A Denver tech company has been purchased and will be moving all of its employees to San Francisco. The Silicon Valley Business Journal reported that three-year-old StatusPage was bought by software development collaboration company Atlassian (Nasdaq: TEAM) for an undisclosed price, and all 15 StatusPage employees will move to San Francisco. StatusPage makes software that allows companies to communicate with customers when the company's computer is down.

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    5. Denver fourth-most malware-infected city in U.S., says report

      Denver fourth-most malware-infected city in U.S., says report

      Denver ranks fourth in the country when it comes to computer malware infections, according to a new report. Denver computer users are nearly seven times more likely to become a victim of computer malware compared with the rest of the country, according to a report by software maker Enigma Software. Tampa, Florida was the most malware-infected city in the U.S. in the first half of 2016, followed by St. Louis and Orlando, Florida, according to the report.

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    6. Canadian tech firm buys Arapahoe County company

      Canadian tech firm buys Arapahoe County company

      A big Canadian technology company is buying an Arapahoe County tech firm. Software company Intelex Technologies of Toronto said it's buying Arapahoe County-based Ecocion, which makes environmental management software. The purchase price wasn't disclosed but Intelex said the deal was made possible by a $123 million investment it received last year. Ecocion, based at 33 Inverness Dr. East, has 60 employees. Intelex said "additional ongoing investment will be made to grow capacity for the Denver…

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    7. Englewood software firm says merger with Hawaii company is dead

      Englewood software firm says merger with Hawaii company is dead

      An Englewood company that makes identity software for the education market said its merger with a Hawaii software company is dead. Aegis Identity Software Inc. said it's merger plans with Code Rebel Corp. of Maui, Hawaii, announced in January, has been called off due to Code Rebel's problems. Earlier this month, shares in Code Rebel (Nasdaq: CDRB) were halted by U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission because of "a lack of accurate information" about the company's securities.

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    8. Colorado Springs software company has big plans, starting with interactive dashboard displays

      Colorado Springs software company has big plans, starting with interactive dashboard displays

      Mike Juran has an ambitious vision for Altia Inc. that spans the world, but calls for the software company could employ more than 1,000 at its Colorado Springs headquarters within five to 10 years and generate more than $1 billion annually in revenue.

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    9. Lockheed Martin, DigitalGlobe workers create technology to speed disaster relief

      Colorado aerospace technology workers have created software to help speed relief to victims of natural disasters around the world. Workers at Jefferson County-based Lockheed Martin Space Systems Co. (LMSS) built the HelpNowMap.com service to help get clear data to residents, first-responders and aid agencies on the ground after floods, earthquakes, hurricanes and other disasters around the world. Now they hope a major aid agency takes up the technology and software developers elsewhere continue…

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    10. Adams County launches software tool for building-permit information

      Adams County launches software tool for building-permit information

      Businesses and residents interested in developing or learning more about permits in Adams County now have a new tool at their disposal. Buildingeye, a new software system on the Adams County website that allows users to sift through information surrounding building permit activity, launched Thursday.

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    11. FullContact Names CFO

      FullContact Names CFO

      Denver-based FullContact, which develops contact management software for professionals and the enterprise, has named Rushton McGarr as its new Chief Financial Officer, the company is announcing this morning. McGarr was most recently President, COO, and board member at concept3D. He also is the co-founder of Market Force Information. The company said that McGarr has over twenty years of technology and start up experience.

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    12. Texas technology company makes Denver home

      Texas technology company makes Denver home

      A Texas technology business has made Denver its main location for job growth, hiring a couple dozen employees and poaching a pair of executives from another tech business.

      Apto launched in Houston making business management and lead-generation software for the commercial real estate industry.

      It quietly opened a software development office in Denver in mid-2014, but found hiring here so fruitful, Denver became the company’s focus for both technology development and sales.

      The expertise Apto…

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    13. Denver tech company that helps sales reps sell raises $6M

      CommercialTribe, a Denver tech company that makes software to help sales representatives, said it's raised $6 million in new funding. The money, CommercialTribe said, came from from Boulder Ventures, Grotech Ventures, and Access Venture Partners. The company said it will use to money to "expand their platform for sales leaders and enablement professionals to onboard reps, launch new products, and continuously improve rep performance.

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