In addition to exceptional technology, Allegiance is noted for exceptional consulting received from its board of directors. Meet the well-rounded individuals who provide guidance and help point the company towards more success.
Adam Edmunds directs the company's strategic vision to help customers use feedback data to predict trends in customer/employee satisfaction and to take action that will positively impact the bottom line. Adam has led Allegiance to become the 5th fastest-growing private software company in the U.S. according to Inc. Magazine, and a Software Magazine Top 10.
Edmunds entrepreneurial path got an early start when he founded two companies while still in college. In 2009, he sold one of those companies, ethics reporting software company SilentWhistle, to industry leader Global Compliance. He also purchased feedback software company Inquisite in 2009. Edmunds has received recognition for entrepreneurship, including Utah Business Magazine's 40 Under 40, Connect Magazine's "Entrepreneurs to Watch", Brigham Young University's (BYU) Entrepreneur of the Year, and 2010 Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year finalist. He holds a master's in accounting degree from BYU.
President and CEO, Allegiance
Carine Clark is formerly SVP and CMO for Symantec. In this role, Clark was responsible for global campaign and field marketing, partner and product marketing, branding and marketing communications as well as public relations and analyst relations.
Clark has twenty five years of experience building successful software companies. As an executive at Altiris and Novell, she was responsible for driving top and bottom-line company growth through fiscally accountable and operationally efficient marketing. Her leadership helped establish Altiris as one of the fastest growing technology companies in the world, growing revenues from $62 million to $230 million during a four year period.
Throughout her career, Clark has directed and integrated diverse teams including product management, sales support, alliance, field and global marketing, event, brand and communications management. She has demonstrated expertise in bringing companies and people together through dozens of acquisitions with the exceptional ability to quickly promote best practices and to drive integrated teams toward common goals.
Clark received a master’s degree in business administration as well as a bachelor’s degree in organizational communications from Brigham Young University. She has been recognized with numerous awards, including recently being ranked by ExecRank as #47 of all CMO’s worldwide in 2012. She’s also received the Women Tech Leadership Excellence Award, the 25th Annual TWIN Award, and the Silicon Slopes v100 Award.
Managing Director at Allegis Capital
Spencer Tall is managing director at Allegis Capital and previously a co-founder and General Partner with APV Technology Partners. Spencer also co-founded Asia Pacific Ventures LLC, a consulting and advisory service firm where, over a 13-year period, he assisted more than 50 technology companies in their Asia expansion plans.
Spencer currently serves on the boards of IMVU, Allegiance, Collinear, Symplified and AvaLAN Wireless. Prior investments include E.piphany (EPNY), Web TV (acquired by MSFT), One Touch Systems (acquired by Hughes Satellite), Locality (acquired by e2Grow), and North Systems.
General Partner, Rembrandt Venture Partners
As General Partner at Rembrandt Venture Partners (RVP), Scott focuses on software and infrastructure investments. Prior to joining RVP, Scott spent 11 years at El Dorado Ventures where he was a General Partner from 2005 to 2012. Prior to El Dorado, Scott oversaw product management at an enterprise software company owned by Accenture and served as an industry analyst for emerging Internet technologies and vendors. His early career experience was with Alcatel-Lucent and Morgan Stanley.
Scott has invested in a number of highly successful technology businesses including Allegiance, Bridgelux, Convio (CNVO/NASDAQ), Grain Communications, MediaQ (acquired by nVidia), RGB Networks, Tower Cloud and Webtrends. Scott received a B.S. in Systems Engineering from the University of Virginia, with high distinction, and an MBA from the UCLA Anderson School of Management, where he was a Venture Fellow and Welsh Scholar.
General Partner, Rembrandt Venture Partners
Prior to joining Rembrandt, Doug was at Argo Global Capital where he was a Senior Partner. Doug has been involved in funding, managing, and developing technology companies for over 20 years. His prior experience includes being Senior Vice President for Acquisitions and Strategic Ventures at SAIC. Doug has been a member of private and public boards including; Solect Technology Group (acquired by Amdocs), Multum Information Systems (acquired by Cerner Corporation), VocalData (acquired by Tekelec), Conita (acquired by Avaya), ODS networks (ODSN/NASDAQ), Ceon, Narad Networks, Digital Bridges, World Wide Packets, Cosmocom and uReach. Doug currently sits on the boards of Electric Cloud, Proximetry, and Zenprise. Doug received his MBA from Columbia Business School and his undergraduate degree in Economics/Pre-Med from DePauw University.
Following the $1.8B acquisition of Omniture by Adobe Systems in October of 2010, Christopher C. Harrington took over the enterprise sales responsibilities for Adobe in the Americas (just shy of $1B in annual revenue responsibilities). Prior to the Adobe acquisition, Mr. Harrington was President of Worldwide Sales and Client Services of Omniture Inc. since November 2002. While at Omniture, Mr. Harrington drove annual recurring revenue from $1.5M to over $500M and had full responsibility for all customer facing and revenue generating activities throughout the company.
Prior to joining Omniture, from November 2001 to December 2002, Mr. Harrington was Vice President of Worldwide Sales for Domain Systems, Inc., an enterprise software provider. From 2000 to 2001, Mr. Harrington was Vice President, Worldwide Sales of RichFX, Inc. From 1997 to 2000, Mr. Harrington was Vice President, Worldwide Sales of Viewpoint Corporation and worked through the acquisition of Viewpoint into Computer Associates in 1999. From 1994 to 1997, Mr. Harrington was National Sales Operations Manager for The DIRECTV Group, Inc. From 1988 to 1994, Mr. Harrington was Call Center Director for Convergys Corporation.
Mr. Harrington attended Southern Utah University.
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