Washington-based Vertafore to move HQ (and 300 new jobs) to Denver
Insurance technology firm Vertafore announced plans to relocate their headquarters from Washington state to Denver, bringing on more than 300 new Colorado employees in the process. By making Denver its new home, the company — which specializes in cloud-based software for insurance carriers, agents and underwriters — hopes to accelerate growth and tap into the ever-growing Colorado tech scene. [Built In Colorado]
Ibotta releases reimagined shopping rewards app
On Tuesday, Ibotta introduced the latest version of their shopping rewards app to consumers. The new app, which drove a 17 percent increase in cash back for beta users, now features a more personalized user experience that connects consumers with more relevant rebate offers. [Press release]
Section.io adds new features to their security and performance platforms
Section.io announced the release of several new security and performance tools that have been added to their content delivery grid platform. The features include enhanced monitoring and reporting, as well as integrations with Varnish Cache 5.1.2, PageSpeed and Colorado-based Threat X. [Press release]
Amazon brings same-day grocery delivery to Denver
On Wednesday, Amazon announced it is bringing its Amazon Fresh same-day grocery delivery service to Denver. In addition to groceries, the service lets customers order household goods, baby items and pet supplies. Available only to Amazon Prime members, the service is priced at $14.99 per month. [Denver Business Journal]
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