February 16, 2016
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Insight from Kansas City and Denver-Based Custom Software Development Firm, Twentyseven Global: Solving Tech Talent Scalability

Kansas City and Denver-based custom software development company, Twentyseven Global, was created to solve the nightmare midsized companies are facing as a result of talent shortage in software development. This shortage results in wage pressures, difficulty finding key skill sets and an inability to scale a team quickly enough to meet business milestones. Midsized companies are currently forced to spend heavily on recruiting firms, hire expensive consulting boutiques or risk their projects being developed by hard to manage offshore teams. Steve Roatch, CEO of Twentyseven Global, learned about these challenges first-hand in his prior role as the COO of another […]
August 22, 2017

Panasonic and TransitScreen Join Forces for Smart City Partnership in Colorado

Electronics giant Panasonic and TransitScreen, a maker of real-time displays, have joined forces in a smart city-focused effort to alleviate traffic congestion and reduce travel time in urban areas across the country — beginning with Colorado. Last month, the companies announced a commitment to deliver real-time data to help travelers make better decisions through a combination of CityNOW, Panasonic’s smart city platform and TransitScreen’s backend data. Overall, this effort could help Colorado cities meet the environmental and efficiency objectives identified by their executive and technology offices. The Smart City technology is designed to create a “seamless experience” for residents and […]
August 7, 2017

Software Development Firm Analyzes Possible Benefits of SkyTran for Colorado’s Growing Tech Community

Can you imagine commuting from Boulder to Firestone in about 10 minutes via magnetic levitation monorail? If Sustainable Systems of Colorado CEO R. Paul Williamson has his way, that notion will soon become a reality. Williamson is holding a public information session regarding his plan to build a SkyTran monorail along Colo. 119 and the Diagonal Highway, then south on Foothills Parkway before ending at the Table Mesa Park-and-Ride in Boulder.   Headquartered at the NASA Research Park in Mountain View, California, SkyTran created a unique transportation system that sends, two-person capsules long distances in short amounts of time by means […]
July 31, 2017

Denver Software Development Firm Assesses Q2 Digital Health Funding

The first half of 2017 was truly remarkable when it comes to digital health funding for startups. According to the recent StartUp Health Insights Funding Rankings 2017 Midyear Report, digital health funding reached $6.5 billion over 306 digital health deals in the first half of 2017. In Q2 alone, funding reached a total of $3.8 billion, which makes it the biggest quarter ever for digital health funding. Overall, the category that received the most funding in the first half of 2017 was consumer health information, with eight deals totaling $757 million. That number reflects the recent push to get patients […]
July 25, 2017

Colorado Leads in Aerospace Development with SNC Selection for ISS Cargo Missions and Air Force STP-3 Mission Contract

At the forefront of space travel and research, Colorado is trying to cash in on the space race. The state is second only to California for the aerospace economy. Colorado’s United Launch Alliance (ULA) won a $191 million space launch contract this June, for an experimental Air Force project, beating out SpaceX to launch the STP-3 mission in two years. According to ULA’s CEO Tory Bruno, “With a mission success record of 100 percent and a tremendous heritage of 71 consecutive successful Atlas V launches, we provide the best overall launch service for our customers. ULA is the choice for […]
July 24, 2017

Digital Health Startup Impact Health Secures Funding from Two Colorado Tech VC Funds

Backed by two Colorado-based and tech-focused venture capital groups, a California health insurance startup is trying to make it big. However instead of selling plans, Impact Health just wants to tell people about them. According to the The Denver Post, Impact Health is sort of a hybrid between Tinder and Airbnb. First, enter your preferences and medical history, then artificial intelligence and algorithms work together to match you with a health insurance plan. The service provides everything from asking you if you would like your prescription to be refilled to finding a doctor who takes your plan. Additionally, Impact Health […]