Zones Buys nfrastructure

Auburn, Washington-based Zones, a $1.5 billion IT solutions provider, said late Friday that it has acquired nfrastruture Technologies LLC, a New York-based provider of technical and managed services. Financial terms of the acquisition were not disclosed. Zones said nfrastructure will operate as a wholly owned subsidiary of the company....Continue →

Report: Expedia's Trivago Plans IPO By End Of November

Trivago, which is owned by Bellevue-based Expedia, is planning to float an IPO before the end of November, according to a report this week. The report says that Trivago has tapped JP Morgan, Goldman Sachs, and Morgan Stanley to run the offering. The report cited "people familiar with the matter" in reporting the IPO bid. Expedia has been looking an IPO for Trivago since at least August....Continue →

HM3Energy Aims To Replace Coal With Logging Waste

Troutdale, Oregon-based cleantech startup HM3 Energy said this week that it has been working on technology which converts logging waste into a cleaner-burning replacement for coal. The company said that it has signed on a Japanese utility, New Energy Development Co., which has interest in siting a production plant using its technology in Oregon....Continue →

Madrona Awards UW Computer Science and Engineering Team With Prize

Seattle-based venture capital investor Madrona Venture Group said today that it has awarded a prize, the "Madrona Prize," to a team of graduate students from the University of Washington. According to Madrona, the prize--in its eleventh year--is awarded every year to a ground breaking and commercially viable technology developed at the University of Washington....Continue →

Report: Tableau Sought, Unable To Find Buyer

Seattle-based data visualization software developer Tableau Software reportedly had been looking for a buyer this summer, but was unable to find a taker for the company, according to a report. The Wall Street Journal said late Wednesday Tableau was one of the companies being considered by, in leaked documents.Continue →

Nvoicepay Gets $10M For Payment Automation Software

Beaverton, Oregon-based Nvoicepay, which develops payment automation software for the enterprise, announced on Wednesday that it has received $10M in a growth equity financing from Napier Park Financial Partners. Nvoicepay, which is led by CEO Karla Friede, offers up software to help automate payments to suppliers in the enterprise. Steve Piaker of Napier Park Financial Partners joins the company's board with the funding.Continue →

How Arivale Is Harnessing Genomics To Optimize Human Health and Wellness

There's been a revolution in the amount of information that can be gathered about our genetics—driven by automated gene sequencing equipment and advancement. However, all of that data, although useful, has not yet been used in a way that directly impacts personal health and wellness most effectively. Seattle-based Arivale (, a startup founded by Dr....Continue →

Leanplum Lands $29M

Mobile marketing software developer Leanplum, which is a graduate of Techstars Seattle, said on Tuesday that it raised $29M in a Series C funding. The funding was led by Canaan Partners, and also included Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers (KPCB) and Shasta Ventures. Joydeep Bhattacharyya of Canaan Partners will join the company's board as part of the funding. Leanplum has now raised $46.3M in total. Leanplum was in Techstars Seattle back in 2012. The company is now headquartered in San Francisco....Continue →

EnergySavvy Finds $14M More

Seattle-based EnergySavvy, which develops cloud-based software to help utilities manage their demand response programs, has raised $14M in a new funding round, the company said this morning. The Series D funding was led by GXP Investments, the investment arm of Great Plains Energy and the parent company of Kansas City Power & Light, and also included Inherent Group, Prelude Ventures, and EnerTech Capital. EnergySavvy's CEO is Aaron Goldfeder.Continue →

Redfin Looks To Spur Seattle Sellers With One Percent Listing Fees

Seattle-based online real estate brokerage Redfin is hoping to convince more sellers in Seattle to list with the brokerage company, through a cut-rate listing fee, the company said today. Redfin said it will offer up a 1 percent listing fee to home sellers who list with a Redfin agent in the Chicago, Denver and Seattle metro areas, with a minimum fee of $4,000 in Seattle, and $3,000 in Denver....Continue →

Amazon Extends Photo Storage To Families With Family Vault

Seattle-based says it will offer up unlimited, photo storage to the family members of Amazon Prime members, with a new service called Family Vault. Amazon, which announced the new service on Tuesday, said it will let prime members invite up to five people to join their "Family Vault" service, whether family or friends....Continue →

Tagboard Acquires Capture

Seattle-based Tagboard, which develops software which aggregates social media posts for brands, has acquired New York-based Capture, a fellow developer of social media management software. Financial terms of the acquisition were not announced. According to Tagboard, the majority of Capture's team will join Tagboard. Tagboard's tool captures trending hashtags and other social media....Continue →






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