TrackVia Gives LoHi Labs a "Lift"

Denver Company Bestows Ski-Lift "Startup" Chair to Downtown's Next Up-and-Coming Tech Outfit

May 23, 2013, 10:03 ET from TrackVia

DENVER, May 23, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- TrackVia today announced the passing of Denver's downtown tech torch—or in this case, a ski-lift chair—to LoHi Labs, another burgeoning tech company.


The tradition started last year when Denver-based ReadyTalk moved to larger offices and needed to part with the ski-lift chair that adorned its lobby.  Rather than retire the ski chair – which had grown to symbolize ReadyTalk's award-winning company culture – the company decided to present it to TrackVia, makers of online software that allows business users to rapidly create their own purpose-built applications to better fit the needs of their department.

One of Denver's fastest-growing tech companies, TrackVia has experienced explosive growth. The company has grown revenue nearly 100 percent, doubled its employees and recently moved into larger office space at 1675 Larimer in downtown Denver. The company was also named one of Outside Magazine's Best Places to work, and more recently learned it was selected as one of 50 Colorado Companies to Watch for 2013.

The latest recipient of the ski chair, LoHi Labs is a mobile and web application development company focused on building high-end technology for iOS (iPhone/iPad) and the Web. LoHi Labs, represents a new era of companies taking advantage of the tremendous growth in the mobile applications industry. The company has worked with several of its startup peers including Plink, Club W, Lasso, AllergyPal and Power Pro Leasing to build innovative web and mobile applications. LoHi Labs is also gearing up to release its first internal product, an iPhone app called "Three Cents".

"The mobile space is growing quickly and it won't be slowing down anytime soon. Technology continues to drive more consumer interaction on devices, and companies are doing their best to develop products that meet those changing needs" said Conor Swanson, Co-Founder at LoHi Labs. "We're part of building the tech community in Denver, and I can't thank the ReadyTalk and TrackVia teams enough for leading by example and going out of their way to continually build the tech community in Colorado. We are honored to receive the ski-lift chair and will do everything we can to continue its tradition."

ReadyTalk, TrackVia and LoHi Labs have been strong supporters of the Denver tech community since launch. From participating in Denver Startup Week and community technology meet-ups, to engaging with other tech communities in the area, the three companies have played an instrumental role in driving growth of Denver's startup ecosystem, namely the tech sector.

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About TrackVia
TrackVia is a do-it-yourself application builder for business people - a faster and easier alternative to the IT department or custom development projects. TrackVia customers have built thousands of applications, ranging from commonly used business solutions for CRM, order management, support case management, software bug tracking and product catalogues to highly tailored vertical applications for corporate real estate, healthcare, travel and hospitality, and even automotive and manufacturing industries. TrackVia is sold on a simple and affordable month-to-month subscription plan. For more information or to sign-up for a free 14-day trial, please visit    

About LoHi Labs
LoHi Labs is a mobile and web application development company focused on building innovative technology. The company was co-founded by Bob Spryn, Conor Swanson, and Shaun Parker. To learn more about the company and their work please visit their website at