Anaqua merges with West Coast IP software competitor
By Kelly J. O'Brien
Technology Reporter, Boston Business Journal
Anaqua CEO Bob Romeo will take on the leadership role at the combined company, while Lecorpio's CEO and a number of other executives step aside. Lecorpio chief technology officer Sunny McRae will stay on with the combined company.
Romeo was brought on as CEO several years ago after the $25 million investment from Bessemer. Anaqua was founded in 2004.
The Lecorpio brand will continue to operate independently, at least for now. Romeo said the two companies combined handle about 25 percent of all intellectual property work globally, including for customers like IBM, Ford and SAP.
Kelly O'Brien covers startups, venture capital and tech in Greater Boston.