The Stanford Medical Center Alumni Association posted an article about Dr Frist’s role with Carrick Capital Partners in their "Class Notes" section.
San Francisco and Newport Beach, CA (January 4, 2017) – Carrick Capital Partners, an investment firm focused on technology-enabled businesses including SaaS, Software, BPO and Transaction Processing, announced that Carol Lindstrom, formerly Vice Chair of Deloitte LLP, has joined Carrick as a Special Advisor to the firm.
Editor Jack Hammond ran an article on Carrick Capital Partners’ addition of a CTO and special advisors. “Carrick has hired a trio of special advisors and a chief technology officer to expand the venture capital firm following its ‘early success’. New CTO Steve Unterberger previously launched human resources business Exult alongside Carrick co-founder Jim Madden. Carrick’s new special advisors are Kenneth Coleman, Raul Fernandez and Tom Neff.
PitchBook PE & VBC News ran a brief article on Carrick Capital Partners’ funding of Axiom. “NYC-based Axiom Legal Solutions (dba Axiom Global), a provider of technology solutions for legal professionals, has raised $28 million in Series D financing from Carrick Capital Partners. The deal comes as the first to dip into Carrick’s debut fund, which closed in November 2012. Carrick focuses on investing in companies that provide technology-enabled service offerings, business process outsourcing, transaction processing, software as a service and enterprise software.”
Private Equity Professional Digest ran a summary of Carrick Capital Partners’ Axiom investment announcement. “Carrick Capital Partners has made an investment in Axiom, an outsourced legal services provider. This is the first investment by Carrick since the closing of the firm’s first fund in November of 2012.
SiliconTap ran an article on Carrick Capital Partners’ funding of Axiom. “Axiom Law, a San Francisco-based company providing business process outsourcing in the legal area, has scored $28M in a funding round. The round came from Carrick Capital Partners. Axiom saw it helps clients manage their legal work, via a 1,000-person firm. The company says it handles everything from complex contract projects, to litigation discovery, and more.”
PE Hub ran a summary and the release announcing Carrick Capital Partners’ funding of Axiom. “Carrick Capital Partners has invested in Axiom, a company that helps general counsel manage their workload. Terms were not disclosed. The deal market Carrick’s first investment since closing its first fund in November 2012.”