Tech roundup: Delta-v close $232M fund, In-Q-Tel backs Ombud and more

April Bohnert

Delta-v Capital announces close of $232M fund III

Last week, Delta-v Capital, a leading growth equity and secondary direct private equity firm, announced the close of its third fund, Delta-v Capital 2015, LP. The firm raised a combined $232 million across three funds, far exceeding their $150 million target. Delta-v invests primarily in private tech companies and has backed Colorado tech leaders like LogRhythm and Zayo. [Press release]

 

CIA’s In-Q-Tel backs Denver-based Ombud

In-Q-Tel, the venture arm of the Central Intelligence Agency, has invested in the decision management software provider Ombud. The five year old tech company helps businesses make faster and more informed decisions. Ombud’s chief executive believes the government intends to use their software to help them field Freedom of Information Act requests. [Wall Street Journal]

 

OED partners with Blackstone Entrepreneurs Network Colorado to lead Denver Gazelle Program

In a recent partnership with the Denver Office of Economic Development recently, Blackstone Entrepreneurs Network Colorado will lead the Denver Gazelles recognition program, which honors the most outstanding second-stage startups in Colorado. The two organizations will work together to select each year’s winners and expand upon the recognition the winning companies receive, in hopes of further strengthening the Colorado tech community. [Press release]

Havenly CEO Lee Mayer named Entrepreneur of 2017 by ColoradoBiz Magazine

Lee Mayer, CEO of Denver-based Havenly, was named ColoradoBiz Magazines Entrepreneur of the Year. Mayer has made waves in just a few short years with her revolutionizing interior design platform. In 2015, Havenly was among the first group of startups to participate in the MergeLane business accelerator, and since then, her company has grown in leaps and bounds. [ColoradoBiz Magazine]

 

Neat Capital launches digital mortgage platform and acquires Whole Loan Solutions

Earlier this year, we named Neat Capital one of our 2017 Colorado startups to watch, and so far they haven't disappointed. Recently, they launched their highly anticipated digital mortgage lending platform and finalized the acquisition of Whole Loan Solutions, a mortgage trading advisory firm. They were also a finalist in the 2017 Benzinga FinTech Awards for the Best Digital Mortgage Platform.  [Press release]

 

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