Weekly refresh: RxRevu and Matillion both raise massive fundings

June 10, 2019
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RxRevu raises $15.9 million. RxRevu is on a mission to make prescription drugs more affordable by allowing medical professionals to take a holistic approach to writing prescriptions — including considering the cost to patients. Led by UCHealth, the new funding will be used to strategically support RxRevu’s growth. [Built In Colorado]

Matillion raises $35 million to hire and invest in its product. Matillion’s platform lets customers draw insights and make informed decisions based on data from a range of different sources. Matillion plans to add 50 to 75 employees across all of its locations, with half expected to end up in CO. [Built in Colorado]

Imperva acquires Distil Networks, a Techstars and Foundry Group-backed startup. Founded in 2011, the bot management company, has raised almost $60 million. Most of Distil’s employees will stay on with the company, working toward the long-term goal of incorporating its tool set into Imperva’s platform. [TechCrunch]

KPA hires new CEO. The Lafayette-based provider of health, human resource management and finance software, has announced Chris Fanning as its new president and CEO. With 30 years of experience working most previously at Survey Sampling International, Fanning is excited to expand the solution set and deliver on KPA’s mission. [KPA]

Swimlane hires new executives to drive global expansion. Fresh in from a $23 million funding, Swimlane, a security solutions company, has hired Jim Hansen as chief operating officer, Tom Smith as senior VP of global sales and Susan Warner as VP of global marketing. [Press Release]

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