Edgewater Technology

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Edgewater
Public (NASDAQEDGW)
Industry Manufacturing, Insurance, Healthcare, Hospitality, Oil and Gas, Retail, Financial Services
Founded 1992
Headquarters Flag of the United States.svg Wakefield, Massachusetts, United States
Key people
Shirley Singleton, President and CEO
Dave Clancey, EVP
Timothy Oakes, CFO
Robin Ranzal, President, Edgewater Ranzal
Russell Smith, SVP, Edgewater Fullscope
Kristin Zaepfel, VP of Human Resources
Products Business Advisory and Technical Services, Business Intelligence, EPM, ERP, CRM, and Big Data Services
Website www.edgewater.com

Edgewater (NASDAQ: EDGW) is a Massachusetts-based, publicly traded business and IT consulting firm with an international reach. The company has approx. 400 employees. Edgewater was ranked 89th in the Top Performing Public Companies in Massachusetts in 2013 by The Boston Globe’s Annual Globe 100.[1]

History[edit]

Edgewater Technology (Edgewater) was founded in 1992 by Shirley Singleton and David Clancey. Shirley Singleton served as the Company's President from 1992 through 2002. The company grew from a five-person shop to a 150-person professional services organization before being acquired in 1999 by StaffMark, a publicly traded international billion dollar staffing organization. Edgewater was an operating subsidiary focusing on project-based IT consultancy business under the StaffMark organization. In January 2002, StaffMark changed its name to Edgewater Technology, Inc., as well as its Nasdaq ticker to EDGW, moved its public company structure from Fayetteville, AR to Wakefield, MA. Shirley Singleton was then named the Company's President and Chief Executive Officer.

  • In April 2004, Edgewater Technology, Inc. nominated Paul Guzzi, the President and Chief Executive Officer of the Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce, to serve on board of directors.[2]
  • In December 2005, Edgewater Technology, Inc. appointed Nancy Leaming, the President and Chief Executive Officer for Tufts Health Plan, to serve on board of directors.[3]
  • In November 2010, Edgewater Ranzal opened an office in London UK.[4]
  • In June 2012, Edgewater was invited to participate in the NASDAQ closing ceremony to celebrate its 20th anniversary.[5]

Acquisitions[edit]

  • Ranzal & Associates (October 2004): A provider of Enterprise Performance Management solutions including Oracle Hyperion Enterprise Performance Management (EPM), Business Intelligence (BI) and Big Data. It is now operating as subsidiary Edgewater Ranzal;[6]
  • National Decision Systems (February 2006): A firm specializing in strategic business process consulting;[7]
  • Alecian Corporation (July 2007): A strategic technology and business consulting firm that specializes in delivering financial management solutions;[8]
  • Lynx BI Consulting, Inc. (September 2007): A provider of professional services for the Corporate Performance Management / Business Intelligence industry;[9]
  • Vertical Pitch LLC (December 2007): A provider of Corporate Performance Management;[10]
  • Fullscope, Inc. (January 2010): A provider of Enterprise Resource Planning solutions for manufacturers leveraging Microsoft Dynamics AX software. It is now operating as subsidiary Edgewater Fullscope;[11]
  • Meridian Consulting International (May 2010): A provider of professional services for Oracle Hyperion Strategic Finance;[12]
  • Zero2Ten, Inc. (March 2015): A n award-winning Microsoft Dynamics CRM partner;[13]
  • Branchbird, LLC (August 2015): An Oracle Gold Partner and Cloudera Partner specializing in Big Data and Data Discovery technologies and solutions;[14]
  • M2 Dynamics Inc. (December 2015): An Oracle Platinum Partner providing Oracle EPM and BI solutions[15]

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