JumpCloud’s Partnership, Sagility’s Acquisition, and More Colorado Tech News
While the Colorado tech scene was mostly quiet last week, a few companies announced new efforts to expand their solutions. Check out what these local innovators are building with the Built In Colorado Weekly Refresh.
Sagility acquired Devlin Consulting. Sagility develops business process management solutions for the healthcare space. The company acquired Devlin Consulting, a healthcare technology service provider based in Arizona. The new deal allows Sagility to expand the reach of its payment integrity solution to five U.S. health plans and regional Blue plans. [Business Wire]
Colorado Tech Quote of the Week
“We are committed to pursuing innovative renewable energy solutions in terms of their environmental benefit. This includes on-site generation of renewable energy from solar, which we are implementing or pursuing across a number of our global sites. Our goal for these projects is to generate our own renewable energy and when possible, provide any excess energy production to the local electricity grid.” — Rob Painter, CEO of Trimble
Trimble broke ground on a solar array. The company serves business customers in sectors like agriculture, construction, geospatial and transportation with solutions for positioning, modeling, connectivity and data analytics. Trimble begun construction on a 4.4-acre project that’ll place a 1.7-megawatt solar panel array at its Westminster headquarters. The project will be a renewable energy source to offset the energy consumed by the company’s two-building campus. [Trimble]
JumpCloud partnered with Google. Headquartered in Louisville, software developer JumpCloud will work with Google Cloud to develop a new solution. Looking to simplify things for hybrid businesses, the companies’ joint offering will allow organizations to combine Google Workspace with JumpCloud’s open directory platform to help improve their security and workforce management. [JumpCloud]