At Catalyst Investors our mission is to "generate superior returns by helping entrepreneurs build great growth companies". It’s a mission we take very seriously.

A key component to our success in achieving this mission is our network of Operating Partners. Our Operating Partners are an interactive network of talented individuals that like to collaborate with us and our portfolio companies. Most of our Operating Partners are current or retired senior executives out of our industries (technology-enabled services). Existing Operating Partners’ experience includes Senior-Level positions at organizations such as AOL, Cogent, Comcast, FCC, News Corp, SAP, and Symantec, as well as many other founders and executives of entrepreneurial companies from our sectors.

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Click to read press release on MINDBODY's website.

MINDBODY a leading, global provider of web and mobile business management solutions for the combined health, wellness and beauty industries, has released a new marketing platform, MINDBODY Reach™, which provides the company’s software subscribers with fully automated retention tracking, reporting and marketing tools.

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Click to read in MediaPost's RealTime Daily.

Programmatic video ad platform Videology on Tuesday announced that it anticipates its 2014 revenues to approach $300 million, up from $135.5 million in 2012. The company says less than 20% of its business comes from “traditional networks,” with that number “approaching zero very soon.”

That leaves 80% of the company’s $300 million business coming from agencies, trading desks and other media companies.

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Which countries have the best reputations? What does that even mean? The Reputation Institute, a global private consulting firm based in New York and Copenhagen, has just released its fifth annual “Country RepTrak” of what it calls “The World’s Most Reputable Countries,” a tool the firm uses to help it advise countries on how to bolster their reputations around the globe. It also advises companies who want to know how their country of origin influences their reputations elsewhere. Read more...    

Click to read in Business Insider.

We recently spoke with some of the big players in ad tech and asked them to share their thoughts on the hottest companies in the industry right now.

MediaMath, a demand side platform, or DSP, was one name that kept coming up. The company provides advertisers and marketers with tools to buy ads online through a single interface.

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Press Release - Alert Solutions , a leading provider of cloud-based multi-channel messaging and communication solutions, is excited to announce it has been named to Inc. Magazine’s 500|5000 list of the fastest-growing privately held companies in America.

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Brian's Rich's interview in GrowthCap.

Brian Rich, Managing Partner of Catalyst Investors, speaks with GrowthCap CEO, RJ Lumba. Brian oversees the investment policy and management of each fund portfolio.

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Airmic has announced it will be joining forces with the Reputation Institute to tackle the complex subject of reputational risk. The collaboration follows from a lively and thought-provoking round table hosted by Airmic about the difficulties associated with the peril. Read more...    

Baltimore Business Journal - Videology is calling New York City its headquarters, but isn’t giving up Baltimore as home.

The company named its New York office its headquarters as it looks to grow business overseas. About 50 of Videology’s 350 employees work in New York.

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Click to read on ProgrammableWed.com.

MediaMath, a technology-based marketing and demand-side platform (DSP) provider, has opened access to Facebook Exchange (FBX) inventory through its T1 Platform API. MediaMath remains one of the few DSPs to have direct integration with FBX. Its direct integration provides simple access to Facebook's Right Hand Side and Page Post Ad inventory. The new T1 FBX API will allow clients to build custom tools and scale their FBX workflow.

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Inc. Magazine has released its annual 500/5000 revenue survey, and AdExchanger has posted a roundup of the ad tech companies that made the list.

Included are Accordant Media, an independent trading desk that had over $27 million in revenue in 2013, and ad safety firm Integral Ad Science, which had $23.4 million in revenue last year.

MediaMath was also on the list. Its revenue in 2013 was $310.8 million, up 490% over the past three years.

   
Healthcare information technology leader recruits top executive talent and completes renovation of 27,000 square foot historic building in downtown Portland.

 

Press Release - Clinicient Inc., a leader in outpatient rehabilitation business solutions, today announced its expansion to meet the surging revenue cycle management needs of therapy practices across the country. Only months after receiving $15 million in Series C funding from growth equity firm Catalyst Investors, Clinicient recruited top executive talent and celebrated the opening of its state of the art headquarters in downtown Portland. This expansion further extends Clinicient’s revenue cycle management expertise to therapy practices struggling to increase revenue, decrease operational costs and minimize time to collect in a reformed healthcare environment.

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SYDNEY and NEW YORK, PRNewswireMediaMath, the creator of the TerminalOne Marketing Operating System™ for digital marketers, today announced the opening of a new office in Sydney, Australia. In addition, a number of the staff from Kinected – one ofAustralia’s leading advertising technology companies – will join the MediaMath team in Australiato enhance their presence in the country, and broaden product offerings to clients and partners.

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Click to read the full article in eweek.

Managed, cloud and hybrid hosting services provider Codero Hosting released its Proactive Managed Hosting service, which leverages an automation hosting layer, and augments it with a technical team of dedicated experts.

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Business Newswire -- Lease Advisors, a leading cellular and billboard lease acquisition firm, today announced it has entered into a partnership with InSite Wireless Group, LLC (InSite). InSite, the owner, manager, and operator of wireless communication tower site facilities and distributed antenna systems (DAS) across the United States, Canada, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands, has committed funding to support this strategic relationship.

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Click to read Brian Rich's article in PEhub

Much has been written about the value of an MBA. I have one, I know many people with them, but should you spend two years and up to $125,000 in tuition alone to get one? It’s a tough question.

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Click to read about Xplornet's expansion of high speed internet in The Globe and Mail.

One of Canada’s major rural Internet providers is detailing a three-year road map for the delivery of broadband speeds that might seem like fantasy to some residents of remote communities and even those just outside urban centres.

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Click to read on PR Newswire

LONDON, PRNewswire — MediaMath, the creator of the TerminalOne Marketing Operating System™ for digital marketers, today announced the opening of a new office in Paris, France, building on MediaMath’s established presence in EMEA.

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Company Achieves First Ever Placement, Based on Completeness of Vision and Ability to Execute

Press ReleaseLatisys, a leading international provider of hybrid cloud hosting and data center solutions, today announced that it has been positioned by Gartner, Inc. in the new Magic Quadrant for Cloud-Enabled Managed Hosting, North America.(1) The report was published on July 15, 2014, and authored by Gartner analysts Doug Toombs, Lydia Leong, et al. The complete Gartner report, including the quadrant graphic, is available here.

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Click EMRs Shape Up Physical Therapy in Informationweek.

Physical therapists are not required to use electronic health records, but a growing number of PT professionals are using software and apps to improve patient care and enhance profit margins.

"Clearly therapy's importance has grown dramatically. It's gone from a choice for alternative therapy to a critical, essential piece of the equation," says Rick Jung, chairman and CEO of EHR developer Clinicient, in an interview. "[When] someone gets discharged and the hospital and doctor have done the best job possible, if therapy doesn't work and the patient ends back in the hospital within that 30 days, the hospital's on the hook."

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