Weekly Refresh: SpaceX’s Launch, ServiceTitan’s Acquisition, and More

by Anna Holmquist
December 9, 2019
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X1 is growing its ranks. The company offers enterprise-level e-discovery and GRC software. It appointed Georges Sabongui as chief commercial officer, while also promoting Nick Torrecillas to VP of products. The company plans to double its headcount in 2020 and open a new headquarters in downtown Los Angeles. [Built In LA]

ServiceTitan acquired WaterSoftWare. The software and operating system for the home service and commercial contractor industry announced the acquisition of WaterSoftWare. WaterSoftWare’s core product is a business management solution for the water treatment industry. [PRNewswire]

Postscript announced $4.5M in funding. The company, which launched in 2018, offers SMS marketing for e-commerce businesses. It plans to expand its remote workforce and onboard new clients with the new seed funds. [Businesswire]

Wave Neuroscience acquired Newport Brain Research Laboratory. The startup works to provide non-invasive neuromodulation technology. It focuses on treating PTSD and traumatic brain injuries. [SocalTech]

SpaceX launched another payload. A SpaceX Dragon rocket launched successfully from Cape Canaveral. It’s delivering supplies and equipment to the International Space Station. [SocalTech]

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