Following the merger of Trowbridge and IntelliWare, the portfolio company of Enlightenment Capital has unveiled a new corporate identity to better serve U.S. defense and national security customers: IntelliBridge.
The name “signifies an appreciation” for each entity’s individual legacy while reinforcing the extent of new capabilities the combined business will provide to U.S. federal customers, IntelliBridge President and CEO Cass Panciocco said in a March 5 release.
“The combined business has the size, scale, and reach-back to accelerate mission-critical national security and information-related programs,” he added.
In choosing the new name and brand, “it was important to represent the unique value that this combined entity will deliver to government customers,” said Matthew Candy, IntelliBridge chief growth officer.
“The name IntelliBridge does just that,” he added. “With a deep understanding of our customers and focus on innovation, we will continue to pursue smart, creative and collaborative approaches to solving the nation’s most complex challenges.”
Before the merger, Trowbridge had 320 employees and IntelliWare employed 285 workers.
“We look forward to integrating the professionals from both legacy organizations into one combined mission: providing greater capabilities to our customers and opportunities for our employees,” IntelliWare CEO Dom LaPore said.
The new brand will provide cloud, cyber, intelligence and digital solutions. It will remain headquartered in Northern Virginia.