Tech entrepreneur duo Chris Heim and Dan Mayleben have acquired Axium, a Portland, Ore.-based firm that develops software for architectural and engineering firms. Article by Katharine Grayson – January 2013 – Read the full story»
Twin Cities software entrepreneurs Chris Heim and Dan Mayleben are the new owners and top managers of Axium, a Portland, Ore., company that makes business software for architecture and engineering firms. Article by Leslie Brooks Suzukamo – January 2013 – Read the full story»
As we head into 2013, the Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal puts a spotlight on 13 entrepreneurs, newcomers and leaders who will shape Minnesota’s business picture in the year ahead… Article by Mark Reilly – December 2012 – Read the full story»
…Individuals who are growing early-stage business opportunities… Heim got his start as a successful, entrepreneurially minded business builder at HighJump Software, whose supply-chain management software efforts were highly regarded and well-funded. After selling HighJump to 3M, Heim went on to build Amcom Software… November 2012 – Read the full story»
Heim and Mayleben, who built and sold two Twin Cities tech companies in recent years, are scouting for a software business to acquire after joining General Catalyst Partners as entrepreneurs-in-residence.
Article by Katharine Grayson – October 2012 – Read the full story»
With $100 million in venture backing, 2ndWave Software hopes to unlock the hidden value in small software companies by improving performance and making smart acquisitions. Article by Gene Rebeck – Aug 2008 – Read the full story»
The Minneapolis Start Tribune discusses Amcom’s approach to growth in a down economy based on a discussion with Chris Heim and Dan Mayleben.
Following impressive company growth and two strategic acquisitions, 2ndWave Software is getting noticed by the business media…
Three years ago, Chris Heim and Dan Mayleben were plotting how to lead their software company to it’s next growth spurt. Then 3M came knocking…