DexCom acquires SweetSpot Diabetes Care

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Diabetes device maker DexCom acquired Portland data management startup SweetSpot Diabetes Care for $8.5 million.

SweetSpot's technology tracks and stores data from diabetes meters and other devices and allows patient and doctors to access the information. The two-year-old SweetSpot will operate as a DexCom subsidiary. It plans to maintain and scale up its Portland office, which now employs a handful of workers.
Partnering its platform with DexCom's devices will fuel its growth, chief executive Chris Logan said. California-based DexCom markets a meter that frequently measures patients' blood glucose levels. SweetSpot's technology will allow users to retrieve that data.

Read more at OregonLive.com.

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