CaliberMind Raised $8M, Proof Technology Gained $7M, and More Colorado Tech News
Catch up on the latest news from the Colorado tech scene, which includes hiring initiatives, new capital and best places to work. This is the Built In Colorado weekly refresh.
CaliberMind raised $8M. CaliberMind raised $8 million in a Series A round co-led by IAG Capital Partners and Lavrock Ventures. CaliberMind is a Denver-based customer data platform for B2B marketing and growth. The fresh funding will go toward product development, expanding its go-to-marketing team and growing its engineering team. The company plans to double its overall headcount. [Built In Colorado]
Proof Technology raised $7M. Proof Technology uses machine learning and geolocation to connect legal workers and law firms with process servers. The Denver-based company raised $7 million in a Series A round co-led by Blue Heron Capital and The LegalTech Fund that will go toward helping law firms deliver service documents. [Built In Colorado]
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Credo raised $3M. Denver-based Credo just launched to digitize and automate medical records. Along with the launch, the company also gained $3 million in seed funding led by FirstMile. The company is expected to double the size of the team throughout the year. [Built In Colorado]
These 5 Colorado companies are some of the best startup employers. Many companies across the U.S. made the Forbes’ best startup employers list. Out of the 500 companies included, several were from Colorado. The top five local companies include JumpCloud, Boom Supersonic, AgentSync, Deepwatch, and SafeGraph. [Built In Colorado]