Galvanize and WebPT to be neighbors in 120,000 sq. ft. Warehouse District tech campus

Tech companies looking for an urban feel and a buzzing downtown are gravitating to Phoenix’s Warehouse District. Yesterday civic leaders, Greater Phoenix Economic Council, WebPT and Galvanize announced the upcoming redevelopment of the 515 Grant Street building, a former produce distribution warehouse, that will be turned into a 120,000-square-foot tech campus.   Galvanize, a Denver-based education … Read more

WebPT appoints Dr. Heidi Jannenga to Prez

Back in 2008 when husband and wife team Heidi and Brad Jannenga launched WebPT, they didn’t realize the impact their web-based electronic medical record solution for physical occupational and speech therapists would have on clinics and turn into one of the fastest growing companies in the nation as well as a shining star in the … Read more

WebPT acquires management software company Therabill

Medical record solution WebPT acquired Illinois-based Therabill, a web-based practice management software for therapists, pathologists, and behavioral health specialists. The acquisition will create an all-in-one software solution for the rehab therapy community. “WebPT + Therabill is more than just a best-of-breed EMR and billing solution; in addition to combining our two systems, we’ll continue to … Read more

WebPT brings in the capital from Battery Ventures

WebPT, a web-based provider of electronic medical record (EMR) for physical therapists, just landed a large investment deal with capital firm Battery Ventures. The undisclosed amount will be used to grow WebPT’s customer and user base which has so far been adopted by more than 35,000 therapists and 6,000 clinics across the U.S. and Canada. … Read more

WebPT Helps Physical Therapists Level Up Your Life

  Physical therapists have an extremely rewarding job that allows them to make a real difference in the lives of their patients. As wonderful as the career is, physical therapists have lots of tasks that can eat away at their limited time to treat patients–such as documenting the care they provide and keeping medical records … Read more

Customer success and community– Interview with Gainsight's Anthony Kennada and Mike Manheimer

After the initial product purchase, that person on the other side of the phone line that manages your account is a member of a growing community whose mission is to maintain a positive and long-term technical and business relationship with customers and increase product adoption to help businesses succeed. These headset heroes are known as Customer Success teams that … Read more

Arizona makes workhorses—not unicorns—and that’s a good thing

Guest Blog by Hamid Shojaee, founder Axosoft, Pure Chat & AZTB The Bay Area is overrun with horses—unicorns to be exact. And while I wish I was referring to the horned, majestic creatures of lore, I’m actually talking about privately-held startups that have $1 billion or higher valuations. Venture investor Aileen Lee coined the term … Read more

Over 100 AZ companies make 2015 Inc. 5000 List

Co-written with Tishin Donkersley Inc. 5000 released their 2015 list of the 5,000 fastest growing private companies in America. These companies are determined by their percentage of revenue growth over a period of four years. A total of 109 Arizona companies made the list, with 84 of those being located in Phoenix and surrounding areas. … Read more

Shelvspace raises $1M seed round to help consumer product reps ditch spreadsheets

One startup is helping sales representatives make sure your favorite chips, gum and bottled water are ready to go at the local convenient store. Shelvspace, a SaaS solution for the consumer packaging goods industry, today announced they closed on a $1 million seed round of funding led by Tallwave Capital with participation from high-profile* California- and … Read more

Girls in Tech Catalyst kicks off with a superhero cape

If you forgot to wear your superhero cape today, no worries, the Girls in Tech Catalyst conference has got you covered. Founder and CEO Girls in Tech (GIT) Adriana Gascoigne chose Phoenix as their first conference outside of Silicon Valley because of the thriving tech community found in Arizona. “We thought Phoenix would be a perfect location to … Read more