TeamSnap Inc. has named a new CEO after Chicago-based private-equity firm Waud Capital Partners bought a majority stake in the software maker. Waud Capital executive partner Peter Frintzilas will take the helm of the Boulder-based TeamSnap, while founder and current CEO Dave DuPont will maintain a financial stake in the company and remain on its executive team as a liaison to key customers.
Frintzilas was most recently a strategic adviser to Playeasy.com, a Boston-area startup that connects sports leagues to venues. The company is registered under the name PlayOn Inc., and was one of the inaugural members of Techstars’ sports-tech accelerator in 2019.
Prior to that role, Frintzilas spent seven years in positions with IntraLinks, a secure platform used by financial institutions to share sensitive data. That company was acquired by SS&C Technologies Inc. for $1.5 billion from private-equity owner Siris Capital Group in 2018.
Read more/Source: Daily Camera
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