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    1. Cherwell Software Cited As a Leader in Independent Research Firm 2014 ITSM SaaS Delivery Capabilities Report

      Cherwell Software has been recognized as a Leader in “The Forrester Wave™: ITSM SaaS Delivery Capabilities, Q3 2014” report by Forrester Research, Inc., ranking as one of the three IT service management (ITSM) SaaS vendors that stands apart from the others in the Forrester Wave evaluation. (PRWeb July 30, 2014) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2014/07/prweb12054517.htm

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    2. Here are Colorado's most active VCs - and who they are investing in

      Here are Colorado's most active VCs - and who they are investing in

      We took a look at Colorado’s top five venture capital investment firms within the last five years based on the number of deals closed in Colorado (with data from Built in Colorado and CB Insights). Here's what you should know about them:

      Four of the top five venture capital firms are based in Colorado. Only Vienna, Virginia-based Grotech comes from outside the state. Three out of the five are based in Boulder, reflecting the city’s still enormous influence on the Colorado tech ecosystem.

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    3. EchoStar exec leaves to launch software startup

      EchoStar exec leaves to launch software startup

      EchoStar’s top technology executive has left the company to start a new business developing software products for corporations that struggle with creating customer-facing apps well or quickly.

      Mike Marcotte’s last day as EchoStar Corp.’s chief digital officer was July 19. Today, he’s a one-man shop, called Acumen Digital, working out of the Boulder office of Galvanize, a Denver-based technology school with offices and coworking space for startups.

      "Now I'll be a guy sitting at the end of…

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    4. Orthodontic software maker OrthoFi raises $1.2M by pitching to users, not VCs

      Orthodontic software maker OrthoFi raises $1.2M by pitching to users, not VCs

      OrthoFi, which provides software for the orthodontic industry, just raised $1.2 million by approaching its users instead of pitching to VCs. OrthoFi’s users are orthodontists, a group who isn’t known to be the most tech-savvy bunch. But that fact didn’t stop about 18 orthodontists from backing the one-year-old software company over the course of three angel rounds.

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    5. Colorado Springs-based Cherwell Software gets new president

      Colorado Springs-based Cherwell Software gets new president

      by WAYNE HEILMAN wayneh@gazette.com -

      Four months after he joined Cherwell Software's board, Craig Harper has been named president of the Colorado Springs-based software developer.

      Harper, who has spent more than 15 years in executive marketing and sales posts in software and information technology, will oversee marketing, sales, services and support for the company, which develops software that keeps computers, networks and other information technology equipment running properly.

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    6. Harper named Cherwell Software president

      Harper named Cherwell Software president

      Based in Colorado Springs, Cherwell Software announced Tuesday Craig Harper, former ServiceNow vice president of sales, will join the company as president, taking on responsibility for worldwide marketing, sales, services and support, and will report to CEO Vance Brown. Harper currently serves on the board of managers for Cherwell and brings a wealth of sales,… Continue Reading Harper named ...

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    7. How Artwork Archive is finding its niche with an international artist user base

      How Artwork Archive is finding its niche with an international artist user base

      posted by Garrett Reim on 07/14/2014 08:38 am * 101 views * 0 comments

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      Every once and a while you stumble upon a niche startup totally unfit for an elevator pitch. Bootstrapped, Denver-based Artwork Archive is one of those businesses. A 30-second sales presentation does not do this company justice. Only after a chat with co-founders John Feustel and Justin Anthony does the full value of what they’ve created dawn on you.

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    8. Taking Failing Company to Leadership Position

      Taking Failing Company to Leadership Position

      Software operations, strategy, and capital fundraising 1580_ 7/7/14 -   Talking about security... We are at the Mountain Desert Region EY Entrepreneur of the Year Finalists Reception at the Governor's Mansion here in Denver, Colorado, speaking with Kevin Hickey, President and CEO of BeyondTrust. Kevin brings a strong history of software operations, strategy, capital fundraising, and mergers and acquisitions to BeyondTrust, where he is responsible for the company’s day to day operations.

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    9. Colorado's Accellos buys Minnesota software rival HighJump

      Colorado's Accellos buys Minnesota software rival HighJump

      HighJump Software, a Bloomington, Minnesota-based maker of logistics and supply-chain management technology, has been bought by Colorado Springs-based rival Accellos Inc. The merged company will operate under the HighJump name but will use the Accellos brand for midmarket supply chain execution technology. Accellos CEO Michael Cornell will lead the combined company. Terms weren't disclosed. HighJump has 498 employees; Accellos about 227. Accellos, which provides warehouse management systems to…

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    10. A 1980s Denver software tax could make tech companies flee the city

      A 1980s Denver software tax could make tech companies flee the city

      Denver tech companies are seriously considering leaving the city limits after it came to light that the city charges a tax on software purchased by companies located in the city, based on the interpretation of a 1987 tax code.

      On Wednesday, representatives of the local technology community like Colorado Technology Association CEO Erik Mitisek and venture capitalist David Gold met with city officials after a handful of companies recently expressed interest in moving out of Denver because of the tax. Some companies, like TalentRiot, abandoned plans to relocate to the city.

      Earlier in the week over 30 members of the ...

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    11. Twentyseven Global expands Denver operations with move to INDUSTRY workspace

      Twentyseven Global expands Denver operations with move to INDUSTRY workspace

      DENVER – Twentyseven Global, a software and mobile application development company, announced it recently expanded its operations to Denver and moved into the collaborative workspace at INDUSTRY Denver.

      “Denver is one of the fastest-growing technology startup hubs in the country, but is unfortunately experiencing a shortage of skilled IT workers,” said Steve Roatch, Twentyseven Global’s CEO.

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    12. Denver software companies urge the city to changes its tax stance

      Denver software companies urge the city to changes its tax stance

      About three dozen software industry members on Tuesday told Denver officials that taxing software sales in the city will hurt local tech industry job growth and is already scaring away businesses. In meeting convened by the Colorado Technology Association trade group in the wake of recent audits of Denver software companies, entrepreneurs urged City Treasurer Steve Ellington and city economist Jeff Romine to change the city’s interpretation of a 1987 code under which the city asserts nearly any…

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    13. Denver tech community fighting controversial tax on software services

      Denver tech community fighting controversial tax on software services

      Software startup Cloud Elements, which relocated its headquarters to Denver from Centennial about two weeks ago, is considering moving back.

      Boulder-based TalentRiot recently scrapped plans to move its team of 16 to Denver.

      The Mayor of Colorado Springs last week called Denver's Spire Media and 303 Software in an effort to lure them out of the Mile High City.

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    14. Zayo Group completes upgrade to provide 100G services over long-haul European fiber network

      Zayo Group completes upgrade to provide 100G services over long-haul European fiber network

      BOULDER – Zayo Group, a global bandwidth infrastructure provider, announced the completion of a network upgrade that enables Zayo to provide 100G wavelength services over its long-haul European network.

      Zayo’s long-haul Euro network extends from London to Amsterdam, Amsterdam to Frankfurt, Frankfurt to Paris and from Paris back to London.

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