Based in Atlanta, GA, Alexander Gallo Holdings is the one of the leading privately-owned court reporting and litigation services companies worldwide. With the largest base of court reporters in the United States, and more than 60 offices from coast to coast, the company provides a full range of litigation support services – from court reporting to eDiscovery to workforce management solutions. As the nation’s most experienced court reporting firm, Alexander Gallo Holdings is able to provide highly knowledgeable professionals and superior client service to companies of all sizes. This expertise, coupled with the company’s entrepreneurial spirit and focus on superior client service, has helped the company provide quality litigation support services to clients since 1999. Subsidiaries of Alexander Gallo Holdings include: Associated Reporters, Brown & Gallo, Jack Daniel Court Reporting & Video Services, LRI, Paulson Reporting & Litigation Services, and Tankoos Reporting, all providing court reporting services; and SetDepo, a national referral network for court reporting, videography and conference rooms.
As the world's leading innovator of 3D graphics technology, Alias developed award-winning software, custom development and training solutions for the film and video, games, Web, interactive media, automotive, industrial design, education and visualization markets. On March 1, 2003, for the awards year 2002, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences awarded Alias|WavefrontTM an Oscar® for scientific and technical achievement for the development of Maya® software, the professional 3D animation and effects package. Alias also offered a powerful range of services for new to advanced users in the most demanding environments. Learning tools and training, support and professional services helped meet rigorous production deadlines. Alias was acquired by Autodesk, Inc. (NASD: ADSK).
Applied Predictive Technologies is the industry leader in helping large-scale consumer-focused companies institutionalize a world-class Test & Learn capability. APT provides predictive analytic software that enables users, ranging from executives to business analysts, to better understand the cause-and-effect relationships and economic implications of key business initiatives, including those related to marketing/advertising spend, capital investment, customer service, pricing strategies and distribution strategies. The Company delivers its software as a hosted service and through a standard web interface to end-users. Through the combination of APT's proprietary software and capability-building consulting support, APT has helped some of the world's largest and most successful companies achieve significant bottom-line improvement. APT's customers include Circuit City, Lowe's, Owens Corning, Sprint, Staples, Starbucks and Wells Fargo Bank. APT is headquartered in Washington, D.C. For more information, please visit www.predictivetechnologies.com.
CRS Retail Systems (“CRS”) provided retail management software, hardware and services to help its customers drive sales, improve customer service and reduce operating costs, all with more ease and flexibility. With more than 100,000 in-store systems installed in 32 countries and 10 languages, CRS was a trusted leader in the retail industry. CRS customers included leading retailers such as American Eagle Outfitters, Ann Taylor, Barnes & Noble, Chico's, Foot Locker, J. Crew, Sport Chalet, Yankee Candle and Rosebys (U.K.), among others. CRS had more than 350 employees based at its Newburgh, New York headquarters and regional offices in Seattle, Washington and Salt Lake City, Utah. CRS was acquired by Epicor Software Corporation (NASD: EPIC).
The Endurance International Group, Inc. is a leading provider of online applications and services, including: Web site creation, hosting and management; domain registration; communication tools; ecommerce services; online marketing and productivity enhancing applications. The company is currently one of the largest providers of Web site creation, hosting and management solutions in the world and ranks among the top 10 for domain names under management worldwide. Endurance targets different customer segments including small- and medium-sized businesses, individual consumers, non-profit groups and large enterprises. Endurance supports multiple brands serving more than half a million subscription accounts worldwide and manages over one million domain names. Endurance was founded in 1997 and is headquartered in Burlington, MA with a second office in Phoenix, AZ.
IntrinsiQ is the premier source for US oncology data and analysis. IntrinsiQ’s market leading software application, IntelliDoseTM, captures the treatment decisions and details of over 17,000 patients a month, creating an unrivaled database of accurate, detailed and timely information about the medical oncology care process. This database is the foundation of products and services that are designed to uniquely address the business issues and decisions to the pharmaceutical product manager, market researcher and financial analyst. For more information, please visit www.intrinsiq.com.
iTradeNetwork (“ITN”) is an on-demand solutions provider for the food industry. The ITN suite of products include: Order Management System (OMS), Logistics, Contract and Rebate Management (CaRMA), Promotional-Planning, Demand Forecast, VMI, Trade Spend Optimization, Financial Services and Content, as well as low cost integration to customers legacy systems. 16 of the top 20 North American Retailers and most leading Foodservice companies are utilizing iTradeNetwork's solutions with over 4,500 trading partners/customers. For more information, please visit www.itradenetwork.com.
M2 Technology Partners is a private investment company focused on domestic and international acquisitions of mid-market software and services businesses. The technology-focused firm formed to acquire assets and businesses that require specific operational expertise or that operate in a sector poised for industry consolidation. The company is led by Mark Duffell and Michael Piraino, respectively, the former President and Chief Operating Officer and the former Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of Epicor Software.
Model N is a leader in Revenue Management solutions, offering an integrated suite of applications for analytics, pricing strategy and execution, contracts, compliance, rebates, fees and charge-backs optimized for the industry practices of Life Sciences and High Tech companies. Enabling the creation of a seamless, end-to-end process from price setting through settlements payment, Model N's uniquely integrated approach eliminates revenue leakage and delivers the visibility and controls needed to avoid the risks of non-compliance to government reporting regulations such as Sarbanes-Oxley and government pricing requirements. Model N is located in Redwood Shores, California. For more information, please visit www.modeln.com.
Saber, founded in 1997, was headquartered in Portland, OR. Saber was the premier provider of software products and services that enabled government to better serve constituents. The Company’s focus was to partner with public sector clients to implement mission critical technology projects. Saber provided solutions that underpinned essential functions such as voter registration, election management, public retirement programs, human services, public health services, motor vehicles, and unemployment insurance. Saber was acquired by Electronic Data Systems Corporation (NYSE: EDS).
Savista delivered technology and business outsourcing solutions to 40 top restaurant brands in over 50 countries and 5,000 locations. Leading customers included Applebee's, Domino's, Hardee's, Houlihan's, KFC, McDonald's, Pizza Hut and other well-known multi-unit restaurant companies. Savista was headquartered in Oakbrook Terrace, Illinois, with locations in Wichita, Kansas and Sao Paulo, Brazil. Savista was acquired in two separate transactions by Accenture Ltd. (NYSE: ACN) and Torex Retail Plc.
Founded in 1973, Systems & Software, Inc. (“S&S”) provided Customer Information Systems (CIS) and related services to municipal and investor-owned utilities. S&S assisted utilities through its core enQuesta COTS (commercial off-the-shelf) software suite, which provided billing, premise-based or customer-based credit and collections, integrated payment processing and meter inventory, workflow management and multiple customer self-service options, including Web access. S&S was sold to Harris Computer Systems, a subsidiary of Constellation Software Inc.