inCode Completes Management Buyout
Atlanta — Nov. 6
inCode Inc. announced it has completed a management buyout from its previous owner, VeriSign Inc., and the management team of inCode will assume full ownership and control of inCode.
As a result of the management buyout from VeriSign, inCode emerges as an independent consultancy that will continue to be a provider of advisory, integration and deployment services in the areas of telecommunications strategy and technology, and enterprise mobility applications.
inCode has benefited greatly from its time with VeriSign, especially the ability to explore new areas and develop increased expertise particularly around aspects of media, content, security and identity management.
Todd Crick, who has led the inCode business unit within VeriSign, will become president of newly independent inCode. “The entire management team is excited to begin this next chapter in inCode’s evolution, which is validated by the fact that the entire senior leadership team will remain with inCode,” said Crick.
inCode will continue to support all of its current lines of consulting services that have come to be highly respected throughout the industry. The inCode brand will likewise continue to be the same.
However, inCode has adopted a new tag line — “Business Insight, Technology Foresight” — that highlights the key dimensions of its business direction focused on the combination of strategic insight along with a bias toward operational execution based on deep technological expertise. inCode’s foundation is in all things wireless, but over the years, inCode has expanded its breadth into new areas of media and telecom.
The inCode team represents one of North America’s largest consulting organizations focused specifically in the telecommunications and mobility applications space with professionals based throughout the United States and Canada.
The consulting team has significant experience providing support to the premiere participants in the industry including leading wireless, wireline, and cable carriers; infrastructure and device suppliers; applications and service developers; private-equity and venture capital firms; and enterprises employing mobility applications to enhance their business.