Weekly Refresh: Lightning Systems Raises $41M, TrackVia Names New CEO

by Anna Holmquist
December 9, 2019
denver

Lightning Systems raised $41M. The company creates zero-emission, battery-powered engines that can attach directly to a car’s existing engine mounts, allowing for vehicle conversion. The funds will let Lightning Systems keep up with demand for its product. [Built In Colorado]

Booz Allen Hamilton launched an Aurora office. The tech and engineering consultancy works with large organizations, including the U.S. military. They plan to focus on working with more aerospace clients. [Built In Colorado]

Waystar acquired Recondo Technology Inc. The healthcare revenue cycle management firm plans to integrate Recondo’s AI, machine learning and robotic process automation into its platform. This marks its third acquisition in 2019. [Denver Business Journal]

TrackVia named new CEO. The tech company assists clients in making custom software without extensive coding. Ed Daihl will take over leadership from Pete Khanna. [Denver Business Journal]

Lyft launched a new membership. The monthly Lyft Pink offers members relaxed cancellation rules, 15 percent savings on all personal rides, priority airport pickups and more. It’s available everywhere Lyft is available. [Press Release]

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