Colorado tech startups are making moves toward their plans for the new year. From new acquisitions to new executive team members, these companies are looking ahead to new developments. This is the Built In Colorado weekly refresh.
Deloitte acquired R9B. In a move that aims to help its customers better combat cyberthreats, Deloitte acquired the assets of the Colorado Springs-based company that engineers threat-hunting and risk assessment solutions. The partnership will reinforce Deloitte’s Detect and Respond cyber client offering. [PR Newswire]
Boom Supersonic added new execs to its team. The Denver-based aerospace company welcomed Joe Massaquoi and Kathy Savitt to its C-suite as CFO and CCO respectively. Massaquoi was formerly the CFO of Initium Aerospace, and Savitt previously worked at Perch Partners where she was a founder. The move follows the unicorn’s $50 million funding round last month. Boom also brought on new board members Dr. Ray O. Johnson, Michael Marks and Jacqueline D. Reses. [Yahoo Finance]
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RxRevu raised $7M. Its platform informs doctors and healthcare professionals about prescription drug prices, and ultimately helps them provide patients with prescription decisions based on their specific financial and medical standing. The Series B for the Denver-based startup brings its total venture funding to $28 million. RxRevu is planning to fund its product and technical capabilities. [Built In Colorado]
Endeavor Colorado announced new entrepreneurs from BillGO. Endeavor Colorado aims to help entrepreneurs build their companies. Co-founders Dan Holt, CEO, and Kelly Seidl, CTO, of the Fort Collins-based fintech startup mark Endeavor Colorado’s fourth and fifth inductees to Endeavor’s global network of high-impact entrepreneurs. BillGO’s platform provides a B2B payment engine that pays bills in real time. With the added support, the company will gain full access to Endeavor’s network and resources as it continues to scale. [Press Release]
EverCommerce acquired Briostack. The Denver-based company announced the acquisition of pest control management software company Briostack. As EverCommerce specializes in service commerce, the move will help expand its portfolio of home and field service software. [PR Newswire]