Tech roundup: CyberGRX, Well Data Labs raise funds, Registria to double Denver footprint, and more

November 30, 2018
CyberGRX Series C funding Colorado
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CyberGRX nabs $30M Series C to keep up with explosive growth

Third-party cyber risk management provider CyberGRX announced this morning the close of a $30 million Series C funding following a year of explosive, 1,000-percent year-over-year growth. To support this rapid growth, CyberGRX plans to grow its Denver team from 65 employees to over 100 by mid-2019. Hiring will focus on sales and marketing, as well as supporting roles in engineering, customer success and, as Kneip describes it, “assessee success,” which aims to help the vendors providing CyberGRX with data — not just the companies using it. The round was led by Scale Venture Partners, with participation from existing investors Aetna Ventures, AllegisCyber, Bessemer Venture Partners, The Blackstone Group, ClearSky, GV, MassMutual Ventures and TenEleven Ventures. [Read more.]


Matillion new VP of marketing
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Matillion adds new VP of marketing to drive go-to-market strategy

Denver-based Matillion, which provides cloud data integration software for businesses, added a new member to its executive team. Effective immediately, Thomas Bressie will serve as the company’s vice president of marketing, where he’ll lead Matillion’s go-to-market strategy and work to further accelerate its revenue growth trajectory. Bressie brings with him over 19 years of cloud experience and tech leadership, spanning product development, product management and technology marketing. [Read more.]


Well Data Labs Series B funding
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Well Data Labs lands Series B investment to fuel growth

Well Data Labs announced the close of a Series B funding round, led by Cottonwood Venture Partners with participation from existing investors. The investment will help the Denver-based startup expand its team and built out core product capabilities as well as add-on features. Founded in 2014, Well Data Labs provides data management and analytics tools for the oil and gas industry. [Read more.]


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Registria announced plans to double Denver office space

Customer ownership software provider Registria is expanding its Denver footprint this spring as it transitions from a less-than-4,000-square-foot space to an office with more than double the space at 1600 Stout St. The company expects to more than double its headcount over the next couple of years, growing from around 30 people to 60 or more. The new additions to the team will help support Registria’s growth as it continues to expand its product and customer base. [Read more.]


Deep Space Systems, Lockheed Martin moon missions Colorado
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Deep Space Systems, Lockheed Martin chosen by NASA to bid on missions to the moon

Littleton-based aerospace juggernauts Deep Space Systems and Lockheed Martin both made NASA’s latest short list of companies from which they’ll be accepting bids for upcoming lunar landing missions. Lockheed recently made headlines for its significant contributions to a successful Mars landing by its InSight lander. According to officials, the NASA contracts could be worth as much as $2.6 billion over the course of 10 years and missions could start as early as next year. Other commercial partners include Astrobotic Technology, Draper, Firefly, Intuitive Machines, Masten Space Systems, Moon Express and Orbit Beyond. [Read more.]


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