Denver – June 5th, 2018. – Iconixx, an incentive compensation management SaaS platform, appointed Daniel Frydenlund, CEO and Chairman of Stage Fund, as the Chief Restructuring Officer. Iconixx, founded in 1995, provides a level of ingenuity by delivering flawless compensation based solutions to any scale of customers. Iconixx enables organizations to increase sales productivity, and improve overall profitability by automating, analyzing and optimizing commission and incentive processes with flexibility and ease.
June 28th 2018 – Stage Fund acquired iQity Software, a cloud based, LMS and E-learning platform. iQity Software will now be used chiefly in combat with Ontuitive, a leader in customized performance learning software for organizations ranging from small companies, all the way to Fortune 100 companies. The joined forces of both iQity and Ontuitive will be revolutionary for LMS, and online learning and training within the work place systems. Daniel Frydenlund, Chairman and CEO of Stage Fund stated that he is “very excited to see Ontuitive and iQity work side by side, adding to the technology platform and extensive team”. Frydenlund continued that, “this strategic acquisition will offer our clients more opportunities to deploy and use our mission critical software. Having visited a handful of our customers based both in the US and Europe, I am pleased to have had a hands on opportunity to really understand the true value this technology provides”.
DENVER – Oct. 25, 2017 – Private equity turnaround and growth firm, Stage Fund, is pleased to announce the acquisition of Ontuitive. Ontuitive is a leading provider of real-time performance learning with offices in the United States, United Kingdom and Netherlands. Both Stage Fund and Ontuitive are excited about this opportunity for collaboration and partnership. “This acquisition means that Ontuitive gains expertise, capacity, and energy that will translate into value for our customers, both current and prospective”
March 23, 2018 — Stage Fund and Capstak announced their financial partnership to modernize the financial markets for commercial real estate finance. Capstak is a commercial real estate financial solutions provider with a customized digital platform. Stage Fund is helping Capstak take its technology to the next level leveraging best-in-class digital marketing technologies that drive deal flow and profits.” “We’re thrilled to be welcomed into the Stage Fund family of companies,” said Heather Goldman, Founder & CEO of Capstak.
Stage Fund, a private equity turnaround firm, announces its latest debt acquisition; Raden, a designer and manufacturer of technology enabled luggage. Raden’s technologically advanced platform offers and supports a brilliantly modernized means of traveling with built in chargers, integrated scales, proximity sensors and more. Stage Fund’s intentions and desideratum with the Raden team are to leverage a stronger financial alliance with Amazon, currently their primary seller, and to graduate from the early start up phase, entering a state of growth.
The Stage Fund completed the asset purchase of Blue Cod Technologies in 2016 expanding it’s portfolio into the insurance industry. Blue Cod Technologies delivers Strategic Outsourcing Insurance Solutions to the Property & Casualty marketplace. Blue Cod Technologies partners with public insurance companies, smaller private carriers and government entities to provide exceptional service in many areas. Their primary focus includes policy issuance and maintenance, system support and rate changes.
The Stage Fund purchased Logictree in August 2012. Logictree is the leader in IVR (integrated voice response) services for transit and 511 systems in the United States servicing many of the Largest Metropolitan markets. LogicTree has invested capital in excess of $10 million. The company built a powerful solution and required new management and additional capital. The company is a wholly owned company of Stage Fund and based in Denver, CO. Through the fund’s leadership, Logictree is now offering a better service, advertising options, and a network far superior to the competition.
The Stage Fund’s portfolio company Skyetek, Inc. merged with RFID Oil & Gas Group in 2014. The combined company offers next generation radio frequency identification (RFID) hardware and software solutions, with a focus on the oil and gas industry. This strategic combination aligns itself with the evolution of the RFID industry toward turnkey solutions for specific industry problems.
Acquired in 2014, Breaktime Studios is an exciting new addition to The Stage Fund’s portfolio of investments. Breaktime Studios develops engaging social games for mobile and tablet platforms. Having sold their creations to Disney in the past, this is sure to prove itself as a diamond in the rough. Stage is quickly restructuring and evaluating all aspects of the company.
ComCloud is an addition to The Stage Fund’s growing portfolio of assets . ComCloud’s “Single-Pane-of-Glass Portal” includes a unique Communication Suite, Computing Suite, and Virtual Desktop Application Delivery. It allows plug-ins for any application or point solution not built by ComCloud and improves Channel Partners to more efficiently sell & support former customers.
The Stage Fund acquired Limos.com in 2015. Limos.com is the largest online marketplace for scheduled private car service. It searches, compares and books private transportation and is integrated with online travel industry leaders. Limos.com works with private operators both domestically and internally.
The Stage Fund purchased MetaFi in 2010. MetaFi is a complete inventory and asset management platform that can be deployed as a hosted or on-premises solution. Users can configure the solution to their needs, such as defining asset types and parameters, setting up locations, and configuring alerts. The MetaFi solution can be used with a variety of mobile and fixed automatic identification devices and is ideally suited for yard management and tracking of materials and equipment in any environment (i.e., on an offshore drilling platform).
The Stage Fund , based in Denver, CO., purchased Groople in 2011. The company operates a travel reservations engine for group travel utilizing analytics based technology. The company was re-launched by the fund in November 2011. Groople has a rapidly growing customer base and reached cash flow break-even Q2, 2012. New leadership has been identified and The Stage Fund expects in excess of 200% growth in 2013.