We partner with industry-leading companies that have unique visions for building successful businesses
Our portfolio of investments is comprised of industry-leading businesses, recognized for driving innovation and embracing change within their given sectors. Many of our portfolio companies are utilizing technology, automation, and outsourced business processes to create competitive advantages and disrupt traditional ways of doing business. These innovative companies are led by passionate managers with unique visions and a willingness to deviate from the norm.
Within our three industry verticals, we target niche businesses with a clear vision for driving growth. Our portfolio companies are often acknowledged as leading their industry in terms of growth over our investment period, and many are recognized on national lists of fastest-growing businesses. As growth investors, we look to support our management teams with the capital, strategic insights, financing expertise, and M&A guidance required to drive superior organic and acquisition-related growth.
Founded in 2010, 10th Magnitude helps businesses transform with innovative, cloud-based solutions that harness the power of Microsoft Azure. 10th Magnitude combines elements from multiple deep cloud competencies, as well as the most efficient and innovative technology tools and platforms to help clients become more agile, more customer-focused and more operationally efficient. A Microsoft Gold Cloud Platform Partner and a Chef Certified Partner, 10th Magnitude is headquartered in Chicago with offices around the U.S. and clients worldwide. Pamlico invested in 10th Magnitude in 2016.http://www.10thmagnitude.com/
A4 delivers solutions to automate clinical, administrative and financial processes and share information across entire health care delivery networks - enhancing quality of care, improving patient service levels and reducing costs. A4 provides comprehensive information software and services for integrated delivery networks, community hospitals, emergency departments, academic medical centers and physician practices throughout the U.S. Pamlico initially invested in A4 in 2000 and exited in 2006 when the company was sold to Allscripts.
American Community Newspapers is one of the top community newspaper publishers in the United States and operates in four of the most attractive major U.S. markets: Minneapolis - St. Paul, Columbus, Dallas - Fort Worth and Suburban Washington, D.C. - Northern Virginia. Pamlico initially invested in American Community Newspapers in 2004 and exited when the company was sold in 2007.
American Renal Associates is a leading developer, owner and operator of outpatient kidney dialysis facilities in partnership with nephrologists. American Renal Associates is the sixth largest provider of outpatient kidney dialysis services in the nation and currently operates 84 facilities that treat more than 5,500 patients across the United States. Pamlico initially invested in American Renal in 2004 and exited in 2010 when the company was sold to Centerbridge Partners, L.P.
ATX Networks is a leading designer and manufacturer of equipment for cable operators. ATX designs and manufactures a diversified suite of products used to fulfill the everyday requirements of the world's largest cable companies for their network operations, maintenance, and expansion needs. Headquartered in Ajax, Ontario, the company has assembled a blue-chip customer base that includes nearly every major cable operator in the United States and Canada and a growing list of international system operators. ATX focuses its product offering in the cable headend with radio frequency management equipment, but its product portfolio includes equipment found across the entire cable network architecture. Pamlico initially invested in ATX in 2010 and exited in 2015 when the company was sold to an affiliate of H.I.G. Capital.http://atxnetworks.com/
CLEARLINK is a rapidly growing supplier of performance-based customer acquisition solutions to a number of the largest providers of home services in the U.S., including DISH Network, ADT Security Services, AT&T, Qwest and Verizon. The company was founded in 2004 and is based in Salt Lake City, Utah. CLEARLINK utilizes a diverse selection of local marketing and media buying expertise that spans online and offline sources, delivering a multi-channel marketing solution that reaches increasingly fragmented consumer audiences. Through this marketing and media reach, the company generates customer leads in the form of in-bound phone calls which are converted into paying subscribers via an in-house sales center. Pamlico initially invested in CLEARLINK in 2011 and exited in 2016 when the company was sold to Sykes Enterprises, Incorporated.http://www.clearlink.com/
COMSYS (formerly NASDAQ: CITP) is a leading IT services company offering contingent and direct hire placement of IT professionals and a wide range of technical services and solutions addressing requirements across the enterprise. With 52 offices across the U.S. and offices in Puerto Rico, Canada and the U.K. Pamlico initially invested in COMSYS in 1999 and exited in 2010 when the company was sold to Manpower Inc.
Constella provides professional health services worldwide, dedicated to enhancing human health through innovative science, technology and knowledge solutions. Constella's three business units-Health Sciences, Clinical Informatics and Futures Group-create and provide health intelligence to help industry and government clients identify and solve critical problems affecting human health. Pamlico initially invested in Constella in 2004 and exited in 2007 when the company was sold to SRA International.
CTI is a leading supplier of products and services for positron emission tomography (PET), a diagnostic imaging technology used in the detection and treatment of cancer, cardiac disease and neurological disorders. Products and services include scanners, cyclotrons and radiopharmaceuticals. Pamlico initially invested in CTI in 1999 and exited following the company’s initial public offering in 2004.
Headquartered in Birmingham, AL and founded in 1998, Daxko is a leading provider of SaaS software and services to not-for-profits and member-based organizations. The Company’s SaaS products help more than 500 organizations manage daily operations, perform administrative functions, and engage with members. Pamlico initially invested in Daxko in 2014 and exited in 2016 when the Company was acquired by GI Partners.http://www.daxko.com
DayNine is a global Workday consulting and implementation partner, assisting enterprise clients with the deployment and optimization of the Workday human capital management, payroll, financial management, and recruiting SaaS solutions. As the only global Workday-exclusive services partner, DayNine’s industry leading Workday-certified consultants are located in seven offices around the world, and have worked on over 135 engagements in 83 countries. Pamlico initially invested in DayNine in 2014 and exited in 2016 when the Company was sold to Accenture.https://www.daynine.com
Headquartered in Seattle, Washington, and founded in 1981, Dexter + Chaney is a leading provider of financial and operational management software for construction contractors. The Company’s product, Spectrum® Construction Software, is an integral component of daily operations for more than 1,000 contractors, and is the industry’s first construction management platform to utilize true cloud-based technology with an intuitive web browser interface. For more than 30 years, Dexter + Chaney has served contractors of all types and sizes, from locally owned subcontractors to some of the world’s largest construction firms, in a wide range of end markets, including heavy / highway and utility, general contracting, electrical, mechanical, and specialty sub-contracting. Pamlico invested in Dexter + Chaney in 2014.http://www.dexterchaney.com
excelleRx is a national medication management company serving end-of-life and chronic care patient populations. The company provides a fully-integrated pharmaceutical care offering that includes clinical pharmacotherapy care planning, clinical outcomes analysis, and medication authorization or distribution, all supported by its proprietary technology platform. Pamlico initially invested in excelleRx in 2003 and exited in 2005 when the company was sold to Omnicare.
GreatAmerica is a provider of small ticket equipment leases to manufacturers, vendors, and dealers. GreatAmerica provides financing and consulting services in all fifty U.S. states. The Company was originally incorporated in Michigan in 1990 and renamed itself GreatAmerica Leasing Corporation when it moved to its headquarters in Cedar Rapids, Iowa in 1992. Pamlico initially invested in GreatAmerica in 2004 and exited in 2012 when the company completed a recapitalization transaction.
Greenway is a leading provider of software and services to more than 28,000 healthcare providers nationwide, in 30 specialties and subspecialties. Greenway’s software offering consists of a fully integrated electronic health record and practice management system (PrimeSuite) that addresses the clinical and financial/administrative needs of physician practices. Greenway’s products and services enable healthcare professionals to better serve their patients, more efficiently manage their practice and increase practice profitability. Pamlico initially invested in Greenway in 2006.http://www.greenwaymedical.com/
HEALTHCAREfirst is a leading provider of Software-as-a-Service (“SaaS”) solutions and services to home health and hospice agencies nationwide. The Company’s solutions are web-based, providing critical patient information and management tools at the point of care. The Company’s product and service offerings include complete administrative, clinical, and financial technology solutions as well as revenue cycle services including outsourced billing and coding. HEALTHCAREfirst currently services over 1,200 home health and hospice agency providers in 45 states. Pamlico initially invested in HEALTHCAREfirst in 2012.http://www.healthcarefirst.com/
HOSTING delivers next generation cloud hosting and recovery services to ensure customer’s mission critical applications are Always On. HOSTING’s geographically-dispersed datacenters and Cloud Supersites, coupled with the industry’s top networking and connectivity technologies, provide the highest levels of availability, security, and responsiveness. The most recognized names in SaaS, Healthcare, Retail, Financial Services, and Government repeatedly rely on HOSTING’s portfolio of dedicated hosting, managed cloud hosting, and colocation solutions to deliver the business continuity advantages they require. The company operates six facilities, including over 58,000 square feet of usable raised floor space, which are strategically positioned throughout the US. Pamlico initially invested in HOSTING in 2008.http://www.hosting.com/
IBBS provides managed software solutions that enable broadband providers to deliver exceptional services and reduce unnecessary operations costs. Services include managed provisioning and diagnostics software, network management tools, and 24x7 NOC and technical support. IBBS provides services to more than 230 cable operators and nearly 1 million underlying data subscribers throughout the US, Canada, and Latin America. IBBS is located in suburban Atlanta, Georgia with western operations in Vancouver, British Columbia. Pamlico initially invested in IBBS in 2007 and exited in 2014 when the company was sold to Momentum.http://www.ibbs.com/
ntraLinks provides online data and document workspaces that connect business communities and accelerate the intelligent flow of information. Through IntraLinks' secure, online environments, companies are better able to accelerate essential business processes, simplifying communication and fostering rapid workflow. Since 1997, more than 700,000 participants representing over 80,000 organizations worldwide have used IntraLinks On-Demand Workspaces™. IntraLinks is headquartered in New York, NY with offices around the world. Pamlico initially invested in IntraLinks in 2006 and exited in 2007 when the Company was sold to TA Associates.
Lightower has developed an extensive communications infrastructure portfolio consisting of a unique fiber network with more than 20,000 route miles that includes fiber assets in the Northeast, Mid-Atlantic, and Chicago metro area as well as critical landing stations and exchanges internationally.The Company built this portfolio through a combination of business launches, strategic acquisitions and organic growth. Pamlico initially invested in Lightower in 2007.http://www.lightower.com/
MACTEC is a leading engineering, environmental, and construction services firm focused on four strategic business lines: Industrial/Commercial, Infrastructure, Energy, and Federal. MACTEC offers a broad portfolio of solutions, including renewable energy design, remediation consulting, and industrial facility asset management. The company is based in Alpharetta, GA, and provides services through its 80 U.S. offices and over 3,000 employees, including approximately 2,000 engineers and scientists. Pamlico initially invested in MACTEC in 2002 and exited in 2011 when the Company was sold to AMEC plc.
MetaMetrics is focused on improving education for learners of all ages and ability levels. The Company develops scientific measures of academic achievement and complementary technologies that link assessment results with real-world instruction. MetaMetrics’ products and services for reading, mathematics, and writing provide unique insights about academic ability and the potential for growth, enabling individuals to achieve their goals at every stage of development. Pamlico invested in MetaMetrics in 2015.https://www.metametricsinc.com
MetroPCS (NYSE: PCS) is a provider of unlimited wireless communications service for a flat-rate with no signed contract. MetroPCS is the fifth largest facilities-based wireless carrier in the United States based on number of subscribers served and has access to licenses covering a population of approximately 146 million people in many of the largest metropolitan areas in the United States. As of March 31, 2010, MetroPCS had over 7.3 million subscribers. Pamlico initially invested in MetroPCS in 2001 and exited after the company completed its initial public offering in 2007.
NEP provides outsourced broadcasting services vital to the delivery of live sports and entertainment events. NEP serves premiere broadcast networks and production companies with state-of-the-art facilities, engineering expertise and technical management to support telecasts of major events and programs. With more than 500 employees worldwide, the company operates six specialized divisions: Supershooters, Denali, Visions, Screenworks, Studios and Roll to Record, along with mobile facility services provided by New Century Productions. Pamlico initially invested in NEP in 2000 and exited in 2004 when the company was sold to Apax Partners and Spectrum Equity Investors.
NewWave Communications owns and operates non-urban cable television systems. In addition to basic cable, NewWave offers digital cable, high-speed data, and VOIP telephony services. The company serves approximately 110,000 subscribers, a majority of which are located in Missouri, Illinois, and Kentucky. Pamlico initially invested in NewWave in 2003.
NuVox is a competitive local exchange carrier (CLEC) offering comprehensive voice and data communications products and services to customers. NuVox primarily targets medium sized business customers in tier II and III markets, located largely in the Southeast and Midwest regions. The Company operates a sophisticated network including over 28 voice switches and 281 co-locations. Pamlico initially invested in NuVox in 1998 and exited in 2010 when the company was sold to Windstream Corporation.
Physicians Endoscopy, founded in 1998, is the leading developer, manager, and owner of freestanding, single-specialty endoscopic Ambulatory Surgery Centers in partnership with practicing physicians and hospitals. The Company currently owns and manages 42 facilities across the United States, in partnership with over 300 gastroenterologists and 18 health systems. Pamlico initially invested in Physicians Endoscopy in 2013 and exited in 2016 when the Company was sold to Kelso & Company.http://www.endocenters.com/
PrizeLogic is a leading provider of digital promotions for leading consumer brands and retailers. Millions of consumers have participated in over 5,000 promotions launched by PrizeLogic since inception. The Company’s proprietary software platform provides scalable, complex, and real-time promotional programs across all digital channels. PrizeLogic’s in-house experts provide services ranging from technology and security to legal and fulfillment, ensuring efficient and timely execution while maintaining creative excellence. Pamlico invested in PrizeLogic in 2016.https://www.prizelogic.com
Prometheus is a specialty pharmaceutical and diagnostic testing company. Prometheus is currently focused on the detection, diagnosis and treatment of gastrointestinal diseases and disorders in the U.S. but is also developing new diagnostic and pharmaceutical products focused on the oncology market. The company’s strategy includes the marketing and delivery of pharmaceutical products complemented by its proprietary, high value diagnostic testing services. Pamlico initially invested in Prometheus in 1999.
Randall-Reilly provides media and information services to the U.S. trucking, construction and industrial markets. The company’s trucking division serves the fleet, owner-operator, recruitment, truck stop, pre-owned truck and trailer, dealer and heavy-duty aftermarket segments. Randall-Reilly’s construction division covers the highway and heavy construction, landscaping and used equipment markets. Pamlico initially invested in Randall-Reilly in 2005 and exited in 2008 when the company was sold to Investcorp.
Securadyne Systems, LLC is a security systems integration company providing integrated & managed electronic security solutions with emphasis on risk mitigation and business process improvement. The company focuses on enterprise-class solutions leveraging the power of emerging IP and cloud-based technologies to support the needs of a broad base of clientele.http://www.securadyne.com/
Headquartered in the Detroit Metro area, Secure-24 is a privately held company delivering managed IT operations, ERP application hosting and cloud computing services from state-of-the-art data centers in the United States. The company manages complex IT landscapes and business critical applications for mid-market and Fortune 500 organizations that operate globally. Secure-24 is a SAP Certified Hosting and Cloud Provider with a broad SAP Basis Competency Center, and an Oracle Gold Partner hosting Oracle Enterprise Performing Management (EPM) solutions, such as Oracle E-Business Suite, PeopleSoft, JD Edwards, and Hyperion. Pamlico initially invested in Secure-24 in 2012.http://www.secure-24.com/
Based in Grand Rapids, MI, SEI is a leading provider of TPM services for mission-critical data center infrastructure focused on server and storage equipment. As a TPM provider, SEI also provides additional service solutions including hardware system solutions, sales and upgrades, OS support, and data center relocations. Today, SEI maintains servers and storage in data centers for hospitals, manufacturing plants, universities, banks, Fortune 500 companies, financial institutions, government agencies, and other mid to large companies across 34 offices in 15 states. Pamlico invested in SEI in 2015.http://www.seiservice.com
Sonitrol Corporation provides commercial security alarm monitoring services. The Company’s security technology was created to reduce false alarms and increase apprehensions through verified alarm response. Sonitrol’s integrated suite of offerings includes audio intrusion alarms, monitored video, access control, and fire detection. Sonitrol serves over 180 cities across North America. Pamlico initially invested in Sonitrol in 2004 and exited in 2008 when the company was sold to Stanley Works.
Headquartered in Houston, symplr is a leading provider of Software-as-a-Service (“SaaS”) solutions that address the compliance and credentialing needs of healthcare organizations including: provider credentialing, privileging, quality management, incident management and peer review; vendor, contractor and staff credentialing; and payor enrollment services. symplr’s broad platform provides a ‘single pane of glass’ for healthcare organizations to manage the compliance and credentialing requirements of their provider, staff and contractor communities. Pamlico initially invested in symplr in 2015.http://www.symplr.com
T2 Systems is a leading provider of SaaS software and service solutions to the parking industry. T2 Systems is trusted by nearly 400 organizations in the US and Canada including universities, cities, towns, hospitals, airports and private operators. The Company’s comprehensive portfolio of services includes solutions that help organizations manage parking permits, citations, gated parking facilities, and special events. T2 Systems is headquartered in Indianapolis, Indiana. Pamlico initially invested in T2 Systems in 2011 and exited in 2016 when the Company was sold to Thoma Bravo, LLC.http://www.t2systems.com/
TekLinks is a leading provider of complex technology solutions and managed and cloud services to businesses throughout Alabama, Mississippi, Tennessee, and the Gulf South. Through three SSAE 16 Type-II audited data centers, TekLinks offers a robust suite of cloud and managed services offerings, ranging from desktop support to telecom services to complete cloud-based virtual computing. TekLinks was recognized by MSPmentor as the 18th largest managed services provider nationally (22nd globally) and is ranked in the Top 100 cloud services providers by Talkin’ Cloud in cloud revenue, dollar growth, and percentage growth. Pamlico initially invested in TekLinks in 2012.http://www.teklinks.com/
Three Eagles operates small to medium size radio operations in the Midwest, U.S. After making its first acquisition in 1996, Three Eagles has since grown to owning and operating 51 radio stations in four mid-western states – Iowa, Minnesota, Nebraska, and South Dakota. Headquartered in Lincoln, NE, Three Eagles’ radio properties are strategically clustered to take advantage of regional and national advertising opportunities. Pamlico initially invested in Three Eagles in 2002 and exited in 2014 when the company was sold to Digity Media.http://www.threeeagles.com/
TMW Systems develops enterprise management software for the surface transportation services industry, including logistics, trucking, and heavy-duty repair and maintenance. Solutions enable companies to improve operational efficiencies, improve transactional velocity as well as resource utilization, deliver superior customer service, and ensure long-term profitability. TMW serves over 1,800 customers primarily in North America. Pamlico initially invested in TMW Systems in 2005 and exited in 2012 when the company was sold to Trimble Navigation Limited.
US Radiosurgery is a market leader in developing and operating full-body radiosurgical centers in partnership with local health-care providers. The company provides comprehensive expertise at every level beginning with development and market analysis to financing and legal documents, as well as ongoing management and daily operations of radiosurgical centers. Pamlico initially invested in US Radiosurgery in 2003.
VRI is one of the country’s largest providers of telehealth monitoring, monitored medication dispensing and adherence solutions, and medical alert systems, serving over 100,000 actively monitored clients. VRI’s services enable seniors, the chronically ill, and those with disabilities to maintain their independence and to avoid long-term care facilities, preventable ER use, hospitalization and hospital readmission. The Company’s highly advanced Care Center processes over two million medical alert and telehealth signals annually and is staffed 24x7x365 by a group of highly skilled healthcare professionals. Pamlico initially invested in VRI in 2014.http://www.monitoringcare.com
Vast Broadband is a provider of high-speed broadband, video and voice services to over 50,000 residential and commercial customers in South Dakota, Minnesota and Iowa. The Company was formed in 2014 with the acquisition of cable networks in and around Sioux Falls, South Dakota and Rapid City, South Dakota. Pamlico initially invested in Vast Broadband in 2014.https://www.vastbroadband.com
Founded in 2003, Veson Nautical is the leading provider of commercial maritime operations software and services. The Company’s integrated solutions foster collaboration and communication, enabling the world’s leading shipping organizations to optimally manage voyage chartering, operations, financials, and risk. The Integrated Maritime Operations System (IMOS), Veson’s flagship solution, enables faster and more strategic decision making, allowing clients to realize revenue growth, protect voyage P&Ls, and optimize performance. The Veslink web platform connects voyage charterers and operators with their vessels and counterparties through a dynamic network of data sharing and market analytics. With offices in Boston, London, and Singapore, Veson serves over 8,000 users at more than 200 leading maritime organizations worldwide. Pamlico invested in Veson Nautical in 2017.http://www.veson.com
Veterinary Practice Partners, founded in 2011, is a leading veterinary practice management company with a differentiated, co-ownership model. The Company provides its partners clinics with a comprehensive service offering, including marketing, financial reporting and HR management. Pamlico initially invested in Veterinary Practice Partners in 2016.http://www.vetpartners.com
Wilcon is a data infrastructure provider focused on the west coast carrier and data center market. As one of the largest fiber optic networks in Southern California, the company offers vast reach and diverse routes connecting major data centers, enterprise locations and wireless communications sites, as well as the most dense fiber and interconnection infrastructure in downtown Los Angeles. Wilcon delivers dark fiber and ultra-broadband optical services to over 250 customers, including domestic and international telecommunications carriers, content delivery networks, managed service providers and large enterprises. Pamlico initially invested in Wilcon in 2012.http://wilcon.com/
Winsight provides actionable information, market intelligence, professional events, and media to the global restaurant, noncommercial foodservice, and convenience retail industries. The Company offers a multi-channel portfolio of brands across research, data and analytics, events, magazines, web sites, e-newsletters, and content marketing solutions. Winsight's solutions enable customers to drive engagement with target audiences, refine business development strategies, and network within the industry. Pamlico invested in Winsight in 2017.http://www.WinsightMedia.com
World 50 is an exclusive, invite-only peer-to-peer network and knowledge exchange platform serving senior executives at leading corporations. With over 900 members from more than 500 companies on six continents, World 50’s peer groups help busy executives build high-value relationships and stay ahead of complex business issues. The Company manages peer groups across various functional (i.e., CMO, CHRO, CFO, etc.), topical (Security, Innovation, Digital, etc.), and developmental (direct report to C-Suite executives) areas. Pamlico invested in World 50 in 2015.http://www.world50.com
WorldStrides is the leading provider of supplemental educational travel courses in the US, offering programs to more than 200,000 middle- and high-school students. Programs include educational history and science programs in the US and Costa Rica and music performance programs across the US, Canada and Europe. The company offers programs in all 50 U.S. states. Pamlico initially invested in WorldStrides in 1998 and exited in 2005 when the Company was sold to Charlesbank Capital Partners.
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