Entrepreneurs / Small Business  April 5, 2019

Bongo buys Canadian consulting firm

LOVELAND — Bongo,  a Loveland-based education technology company formerly known as YouSeeU, recently acquired consulting firm Slide21.

Slide21, based in Ottawa, Canada, specializes in agile team development and training in Scrum, a process-management framework often used in software development.

Terms of the deal were not disclosed.

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The companies were partners prior to the acquisition, according to a Bongo news release.

“We are extremely excited to acquire Slide21 and further align our business goals to advance the training and certification marketplace,” Bongo CEO Josh Kamrath said in a prepared statement. “Bringing Slide21 CEO Glenn Brule’s expertise in-house will only help us leverage our technology in more impactful ways moving forward.”

LOVELAND — Bongo,  a Loveland-based education technology company formerly known as YouSeeU, recently acquired consulting firm Slide21.

Slide21, based in Ottawa, Canada, specializes in agile team development and training in Scrum, a process-management framework often used in software development.

Terms of the deal were not disclosed.

The companies were partners prior to the acquisition, according to a Bongo news release.

“We are extremely excited to acquire Slide21 and further align our business goals to advance the training and certification marketplace,” Bongo CEO Josh Kamrath said in a prepared statement. “Bringing Slide21 CEO Glenn Brule’s expertise in-house will only help us leverage our technology in…

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