Thomas Bravo, LLC, a leading private equity investment firm, has acquired Infogix, Inc., a leader in helping companies provide end-to-end data analysis across the enterprise, from an affiliate of H.I.G. Capital. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed.

Based in Naperville, Illinois, Infogix is a leading data controls and analytics software company for businesses to manage, analyze and monitor their data for businesses operations. Infogix was originally founded by Madhaven K. Nayar as Unitech Systems Inc. with a strong focus on creating continuous, automated controls software for the mainframe to assist with large amounts of balance and reconciliation. 

Infogix helps businesses analyze data as it moves through complex business environments to improve the customer experience, corporate profitability and operational efficiency. The company’s Enterprise Data Analysis Platform improves data quality, ensures effective transaction monitoring, provides balancing and reconciliation, and identifies and predicts fraud and customer behavior – assuring the integrity of information for hundreds of enterprise customers each day. Infogix served clients in the healthcare, financial services, property and casualty, insurance telecommunication and retail industries.

A.J. Rohde, a partner at Thomas Bravo, said in a statement: Infogix is the market leader in transaction controls monitoring and predictive analytics for enterprise customers across healthcare, financial services, media and communications, insurance, and other key verticals,” and also added: “We’ve been extremely impressed by the product vision and customer-centric ethos of Infogix’s CEO and president, Sumit Nijhawan, and the entire leadership team, and look forward to working closely with them to further push innovation and accelerate growth.”

Headquartered in Chicago, Illinois, Thomas Bravo is a leading private equity investment firm specializing in investing in middle-market companies in fragmented and consolidating industries. The firm invests with a particular focus on application and infrastructure software and technology enabled services. Thomas Bravo is a member of the Private Equity Growth Capital Council and the National Venture Capital Association. Currently, it manages a series of private equity funds representing more than $9 billion of equity commitments. 

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