SAN FRANCISCO, CA — Parthenon Capital (“Parthenon”), a leading growth-oriented private equity firm, announced that it sold Envysion, Inc., a leading software company providing business analytics combined with enterprise video to the quick-service restaurant and retail industries, to Motorola Solutions, Inc. (NYSE: MSI).
Envysion’s cloud-based software solutions integrate video systems with sales, operations, and security data to proactively identify opportunities to drive profitability without the need to monitor hours of video footage. Envysion partners with restaurant, retail, and convenience stores to link data to video to improve security, employee safety, and operational efficiencies. Business owners and operators utilize the software to drive actionable insights that improve profitability and mitigate risk.
“We are excited to join Motorola Solutions and look forward to advancing the innovative solutions we deliver to our customers” said Matt Umscheid, CEO of Envysion. “Together, we will continue investing in and building upon Motorola Solutions’ portfolio of video security and access control solutions and equip enterprise customers with unparalleled security capabilities. We appreciate the support and resources provided by Parthenon since its original investment in 2013; it was a great partnership.”
“We originally partnered with Envysion to build the market leader in emerging cloud-based video security technology and software,” said Andrew Dodson, Managing Partner at Parthenon. “With the addition of enhanced product capabilities and increasing market adoption, we were able to grow the business significantly. We wish the team luck as they embark on their next stage of growth.”
Raymond James & Associates, Inc. served as financial advisor and Kirkland & Ellis LLP served as legal advisor to Envysion and Parthenon.
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Parthenon Capital is a leading growth-oriented private equity firm with offices in Boston, San Francisco and Austin. Parthenon utilizes niche industry expertise and a deep execution team to invest in growth companies in service and technology industries. Parthenon seeks to be an active and aligned partner to management, either through recapitalization transactions or by backing new executives. Parthenon has particular expertise in healthcare, financial and insurance services, and technology services, but seeks any service, technology or delivery business with a strong value proposition and proprietary know-how. For more information, visit www.parthenoncapital.com.