Brady – Business as Usual Again

In the last few weeks, Brady has issued a number of announcements signaling that its back to business as usual for the UK-based E/CTRM supplier. These include new customer wins, successful implementations, partnerships and upgrades. A visit to its website will also establish that Brady is now a private company and has delisted from the AIM in London after being successfully acquired by PE firm Hanover Investors. The company continues to be managed by CEO, Ms. Carmen Carey, who successfully guided Brady through the transition from public company to private entity and has invigorated the business from top to bottom in the process. Brady has a new Chairman, Mr. Matthew Peacock, and three new non-executive directors – Mr. Jog Dhody, Mr. Nick Greatorex and Mr. Ian Powell of Hanover Investors. They join Ms. Carey and newly appointed CFO, Nadya Bentley, and non-executive directors, 25-year industry veterans, Dan Look and Iain Greig, on the Brady Board. “The Brady team sees an exciting future ahead as a Hanover Investors portfolio company. Hanover’s expertise in supporting B2B software businesses to realise their full potential is a significant advantage for us as we bring our strategy to life,” Ms. Carey told ComTech. Hanover Investors’… continue reading
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