Portfolio Companies News Roundup

September 21, 2015

Our portfolio companies continue to share big customer wins, strong partnerships and new leadership that is helping them continue strong growth.  The most recent include:

  • Intelisecure, the leading managed security service provider delivering critical asset protection for enterprise organizations worldwide, earned the top technology company spot in ColoradoBiz Magazine’s 28th annual Top Company Awards this month. It’s secret sauce, according to co-founder and president Robert Eggebrecht: “Our outstanding people and the methodology we pioneered over the past decade, coupled with the innovative technology we use, delivers unparalleled protection for our customers.” Intelisecure also ranked on the 34th annual Inc. 5000 list for the second consecutive year. The prestigious ranking is based on InteliSecure’s 171 percent growth rate and the addition of 72 new jobs in 2014, placing it among the top 20 information security firms recognized on the list.
  • WilsonHCG, a global talent solutions leader, announced Jennifer Locklear has joined its executive leadership team as Chief People & Culture Officer. Based at WilsonHCG’s global headquarters in Tampa, Locklear will be responsible for providing leadership in executing global human resources strategies. More specifically, she will be a driving force behind all internal HR functions including talent acquisition, succession planning, leadership development, employee engagement, performance management, total rewards and culture.
  • Celergo, an international payroll management company managing local, offshore and expatriate payrolls in more than 150 countries, announced a partnership with NetSuite, where it will add the company’s cloud-based global payroll management solution to NetSuite’s cloud-based business management platform. The integrated solution, the Celergo Global Payroll SuiteApp, built using NetSuite’s SuiteCloud Development Platform, will enable users to manage business processes across financials, CRM and complex global payrolls.
  • NetDocuments, cloud-based document and email management (DMS) provider based in Lehi, announced that it will fully integrate its services with Microsoft cloud technologies, helping to transform law firm and legal department productivity in the cloud. According to Microsoft’s Nishan DeSilva, “By integrating its cloud-based services with Microsoft technologies, NetDocuments customers can now take advantage of the enterprise-grade cloud capabilities and global reach of both Office 365 and Azure.”