Iron Bow, HIG Capital Sign Equity Partnership Deal; Rene LaVigne Quoted

ExecutiveBiz - Iron Bow, HIG Capital Sign Equity Partnership Deal; Rene LaVigne Quoted
Rene LaVigne

Iron Bow Technologies has partnered with H.I.G. Capital as part of the information technology provider’s efforts to grow portfolio and footprint in the government and commercial markets.

Herndon, Va.-based Iron Bow said Thursday it aims to continue to identify organic investment opportunities and acquisition targets through the “equity partnership.”

Rene LaVigne, president and CEO of Iron Bow, said he believes the partnership can help the company realize its vision and continue to support other partners, team members and clients.

H.I.G. currently manages $25B worth of equity capital and has offices in the U.S., Europe and South America.

Iron Bow offers products and services in areas such as cloud, collaboration, cybersecurity, data center, digitization, mobility and networking.

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