JumpCloud Raised $66M, SonderMind Acquired Qntfy, and More CO Tech News

Here’s what you may have missed in the world of Colorado tech.
Written by Delilah Alvarado
October 25, 2021Updated: October 25, 2021
Photo: SonderMind / Facebook
Photo: SonderMind / Facebook

Companies in Colorado are building a name for themselves and continuing to gain momentum following last week’s announcements. This is the Built In Colorado weekly refresh.

SonderMind acquired QntfyDenver-based tech company SonderMind helps patients connect with therapists. The company acquired Qntfy, a data and machine-learning company, for an undisclosed amount. The acquisition aims to create care models that are more data-driven and allows SonderMind to roll out new features. [Built In Colorado]

COLORADO TECH QUOTE OF THE WEEK

“We’re thrilled to support [JumpCloud’s] efforts to accelerate the adoption of the modern directory platform, and excited to work together on deep integrations across our products.” — Chris Hecht, Atlassian’s head of corporate development

JumpCloud raised another $66MThe cloud-based platform for IT professionals that provides secure access on different Microsoft computers secured $66 million in funding, putting JumpCloud’s valuation at $2.625 billion. The funding will go towards “deep integration work” with Atlassian and CrowdStrike. [Built In Colorado] 

These startups could be the next big thing in Colorado techCreativity flows in Colorado as more startups begin to arise. Featured this quarter, here are ones to watch. [Built In Colorado]

  • The Boulder-based team of BEERMKR created a new countertop homebrewing device, which takes five minutes to set up and brews a 12-pack of beer within a week. 
  • Fulfilld recently raised $2.5 million in venture capital for its warehouse management system. 
  • Happy Hamper is an app that connects clients with independent contractors to wash, dry and fold laundry. The app only charges $8.99 per load. 
  • Onward Delivery focuses on delivering big items, such as furniture, in as little as three days, but through hitchhiking. The company connects the products with drivers already heading in the direction of the delivery. 
  • Urban Sky is a tech company that aims to learn more about the Earth through stratospheric observation. Urban Sky hopes to expand its number of employees from six to 11 in the next year. 

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