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Convercent moves into new office space


Denver-based startup Convercent recently moved into new offices at a former car dealership at 929 Broadway.

The company took it over in March and spent months renovating the 22,000-square-foot space three blocks south of the Denver Art Museum.

The design for the office is Quinlan's vision from what he describes as a 3 a.m. "aha moment." He sketched out the rough design and turned it over to Drumbeat, a brand experience company with a focus on non-digital interaction design.

"There’s not a single office in the entire space," says Patrick Quinlan, the company's CEO. "We built every desk and created all of the cubicles. One of our values is open and honest communication and we wanted to create the environment for it."

Quinlan, along with partners Philip Winterburn and Barclay Friesen left Rivet Software in 2011 and acquired Business Controls, a compliance technology firm based in the Denver Tech Center. They went to work developing the next generation platform for compliance and rebranded the company as Convercent earlier this year. In January, Convercent closed on a Series A round of $10.2 million.

Contact Confluence Denver Development News Editor Margaret Jackson with tips and leads for future stories at margaret@confluence-denver.com.

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