August 22, 2014
Tribridge technology services

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Tony DiBenedetto, CEO of TriBridge, a technology services firm.

Business Profile - Southwest Florida

Tribridge technology services

Art Levy | 9/17/2013

Tampa-based technology services firm Tribridge is expanding. The company, which employs 500, plans to buy Intelladon, a 100-employee talent management consultant company also based in Tampa. The deal joins Tony DiBenedetto, Tribridge’s CEO and co-founder of the Tampa Bay Technology Forum, and Marc Blumenthal, Intelladon’s former CEO and another prominent supporter of the Tampa Bay Technology Forum, a non-profit group that’s trying to expand Tampa Bay’s tech community. Blumenthal will stay on as president of Intelladon, which becomes a unit of Tribridge.

Tags: Southwest, Technology/Innovation

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