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Strattam Leans on Five Points to Execute Deals in Crowded Tech Sector

This article originally appeared in the Wall Street Journal Pro, May 10, 2019 Strattam Leans on Five Points to Execute Deals in Crowded Tech Sector By Laura Cooper | May 10, 2019 7:45 p.m. ET Strattam Capital may not be a h...

Reporting from PE Land

Post written by Joao Marques Article originally appeared in Data Economy, March 2018 issue. Page 59 Investment is hot. Data centers are hot. The whole economy surrounding data centers is...

The American Technology Mittelstand: Guest Blog by Bob Morse in Forbes

America's Vibrant Tech Sector Is Not in Silicon Valley Antoine Gara, FORBES STAFF Guest post written by Strattam Capital Co-Founder Bob Morse Have you heard of the technology boom going on outside of Silicon Vall...

At Strattam, 3x Growth Led to Operating Partner Hire

With 30 years in the tech industry, Ray Villareal already had a lot of things that would lead to a PE firm to come knocking and take advantage of his experience. Then he led growth in a portfolio company in a single year as an advisor. By Danielle Fugazy | 

Buyouts Cover Story Features Strattam Capital: Lift Off! How to Launch a Debut Fund

Lift off! How to launch a debut fund By Sam Sutton | Buyouts (July 27, 2015) — Their flight to New York was canceled. In fact, with a blizzard making its way up the East Coast, every flight to New York was canceled. The weather problems put Strattam Capital founders Robert Morse and Adrian Polak in a bit of a pickle. They were supposed to be in New ...

Bob Morse Receives the 2015 CEO Award from Finance Monthly

Finance Monthly CEO Awards 2015 Winners Announced Finance Monthly is pleased to announce that the official publication of its annual CEO Awards edition for 2015 has now been published. The 2015 Finance Monthly CEO Awards celebrate the success, innovation and strategic vision of CEOs across a number of sectors and industries. Over a period of several months Finance Monthly’s rese...

Trax Technologies Named a Top Company to Work For, Second Year in a Row

CareerBuilder recognizes the global logistics tech company as a top employer CareerBuilder® and Republic Media have named Trax Technologies a Top Company to Work for in Arizona. Trax is a provider of cloud-based solutions for buyers and sellers of logistics services. Global companies use Trax to improve supply chain performance. “We are an intern...

Buyouts Magazine Profiles Strattam Capital

Doxim founder Chris Rasmussen held no illusions about private equity’s reputation. “I hear a lot of horror stories,” he said. “A lot of times PE guys come in and want to change the business, and that just didn't happen here.” Doxim, a Toronto- based software provider to the financial services industry, was looking for a large investor to help the company expand its product offerings and deve...

Bloomberg View: Can Private Equity Rescue Startups?

"The idea is to let a private equity firm buy out the VCs, wipe out all of the preferred stock and convert all shares to common. In this second-stage privatization (of an already private business), the PE firm saves a company from a complicated investing structure. It also saves it from VCs that can eventually have narrow and self-centered financial interests if the company has remained private...

The Private Equity Firm that Buys Unsexy Tech

“After spending 12 years investing in technology companies at private equity firm Oak Hill Capital, Morse noticed a corner of the business software market that remains largely ignored by the popular bankrollers. He started Strattam Capital last year and is raising $350 million fund to go after those deals.”

Strattam Capital Backs Doxim

"Strattam Capital has backed Doxim, a provider of customer communications management software to the financial services industry. Strattam is investing in partnership with Doxim’s current management team, led by founder and CEO Chris Rasmussen." Read more on Reuters PE Hub

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