Coming Soon: The Ultimate Guide To HealthTech In Minnesota v2

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The Ultimate Guide To HealthTech In Minnesota v2 is now is underway!

V1 was originally released in July 2017 thanks to underwriters: TreeHouse Health, Andcor, Healthcare.MN, CRESA, Fredrikson & Byron, and MentorMate.  To be considered for inclusion in the next pass, make sure your healthtech company is listed in the database by 11/30.

JAMF Software Ranks On Deloitte’s 2017 Technology Fast 500

Minneapolis-based JAMF is the standalone tech company representing Minnesota on this years Deloitte 2017 Technology Fast 500.

JAMF squeezed in at #496 with 139% 3-year growth, driven largely by CEO Dean Hager who joined in 2015. He has successfully managed the company to north of $100m in sales and sold to Vista Equity Partners while building the team to over 700 employees.

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We’re Hiring A Minnesota Tech + Startup Analyst

by The TECHdotMN Team

Starting from scratch in 2009 during the depths of a recession, TECHdotMN has risen to become Minnesota’s top destination exclusively focused on local tech news, data, events, and related resources that serve our technology industry.

So much credit is due to the amazing support of our sponsors, the friends & fans, and ultimately it’s a total testament to the strength of this community.

The founders + CEOs that lead it, like those who make, do and create things — are all the real MVPs.

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Post PeopleNet Purchase, Trimble’s Local Office Tops 500 Employees

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By Neal St. Anthony, Star Tribune

The PeopleNet acquisition of 2011 has worked out for California-based Trimble Transportation, the big trucking-logistics-mobile solutions operation.

In a tip of the hat to the strong-performing PeopleNet business, Trimble held its annual meeting last week in Minnetonka. And it is home base for a growing PeopleNet.

Since 2011, PeopleNet has grown from 132 employees to nearly 800, as part of Trimble’s Mobile Solutions business segment. That includes 500 Minnesota employees.”

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VC-Backed LogicStream Health Moves On Up In Minneapolis

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“MINNEAPOLIS, MN–(Marketwired – Nov 14, 2017) – LogicStream Health, Inc. announced today that in the wake of its rapid and consistent growth, the company has relocated to a larger office in downtown Minneapolis.

Since 2015, LogicStream has doubled the size of its full-time clinical and technology staff positions to support the nearly 200 hospitals and 2,500 clinics that have implemented the LogicStream Platform to better control clinical processes and improve care delivery. The new office location, 110 North 5th Street, Suite 650, will allow the company to continue adding staff to support its expanding client base.”

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International Coworking Outfit Spaces Coming To North Loop

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By Nicole Norfleet, Star Tribune

“Spaces, a co-working provider that originated in Germany, will open its first Twin Cities location in the North Loop. Spaces has signed a lease to occupy about 40,000 square feet on most of the second floor and all of the third and fourth floors of the Washington, located on N. 2nd and N. Washington avenues. The plan is for the new office to open next April or May.”

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[Updated] Which Tech Companies Based Outside Minnesota Have A Presence Here?

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[Updated 11/14 – 5 more companies added below]

Building off our recent exploration of tech companies coming to and moving around town this yearwhich tech companies based outside of Minnesota have a presence here? 

That is the question we seek to thoroughly understand in this running post.  Presence — for the purpose of this article — is defined as two or more employees that consistently work together in a professional office environment (coworking counts since many local expansions do start that way).

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Q&A With Revel CEO Jeff Fritz

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When Jeff Fritz became the CEO of Minneapolis healthtech venture Revel (previously known has Healthtel) nearly one year ago, the company had about 20 employees at the time.  Since doubling that to over 40 employees, we connected with Fritz to learn more about what’s working and the future ahead:

Why did you recently decide to change the name from Healthtel to Revel?

Healthtel’s roots were very IVR centric and in today’s world there’s so much more to it — technology preferences and gamification standards. We rebranded the company to mark our new era: it’s part rebel and revolution, part revelation, and also has some reveling in it, as in celebration.

Do you feel like those elements are there for the company right now?

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