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    1. Denver software startup Convercent raises $10M

      Denver software startup Convercent raises $10M

      DENVER — Convercent, a Denver-based startup that produces compliance software for businesses, has raised $10 million. BusinessDen reports that the company filed a Regulation D filing with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, Feb. 9, detailing the raise. The $10 million haul takes Convercent’s fundraising to $47 million in a series of offerings.

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    2. CaliberMind raises $1.1M for software that helps salespeople unlock buyers’ mindsets

      CaliberMind raises $1.1M for software that helps salespeople unlock buyers’ mindsets

      BOULDER – How much can you tell about someone from 100 words of text written or spoken by that person? How about 300 words? For one Boulder startup, the answer is a full psychographic profile aimed at helping salespeople and marketers gain insight into their buyers and target communications specifically to each individual to increase conversions...

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    3. Software startup lands funding for major downtown Denver expansion

      Software startup lands funding for major downtown Denver expansion

      Denver-based software company GoSpotCheck has raised $16.5 million from investors that will help the startup keep expanding in Denver. The company makes of software primarily used by brands and retailers to ensure store shelves are stocked and displays setup correctly. GoSpotCheck plans to broaden what its software is used for, branching into other industry niches where employers need information about how well far-flung workers are performing the tasks their job requires. The company has grown…

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    4. Denver startup raises more money to hire more people

      Denver startup raises more money to hire more people

      Dizzion, a Denver-based maker of virtual computer technologies for businesses, said it's raised more money. On Wednesday, Dizzion announced a $6.4 million Series A1 funding round co-led by investors Grotech Ventures and Access Venture Partners, with participation from Point B Capital and Correlation Ventures. That funding follows a January 2015 round of funding of nearly $4 million. Dizzion said it will use the latest round of funding "to grow its staff, expand its partner program and further…

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    5. Colorado Springs-based defense contractor adding 85 jobs

      Colorado Springs-based defense contractor adding 85 jobs

      Colorado Springs-based defense contractor Intelligent Software Solutions Inc. plans to hire up to 85 employees, most of them locally, to complete work on Air Force contracts recently or soon to be awarded, CEO Jay Jesse said.

      ISS has received more than $60 million in contracts, extensions and task orders so far this year and is expected to receive another task order soon valued at $40 million that, along with other classified work the company cannot disclose, is triggering the hiring push, Jesse said.

      "The previous two or three years were down for us, triggering layoffs, But now we have several ...

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    6. 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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    7. 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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