BP Logix is Acquired by Finrock Growth Partners

Sep 12, 2019


BP Logix, provider of Low-Code BPM solutions for rapid digital application development, announced that the company has been acquired by Finrock Growth Partners (Finrock), a private equity firm that acquires and operates businesses in the software sector. The acquisition expands BP Logix’s commitment to helping its clients accelerate the automation of their mission-critical business processes.

The acquisition comes after more than two decades of BP Logix growth delivering high levels of product innovation and successful customer relationships. 

Finrock has appointed Girish Pashilkar, a seasoned executive with over 20 years' experience in growing software and recurring service businesses, as the company’s new CEO.  BP Logix co-founders Jay O’Brien and Joby O’Brien will continue on in key executive roles within the company and focus on enhancing the product and the technology platform.

Until recently, Girish was the CEO of Workplace Answers, LLC (WPA), an online compliance solutions business. Under Girish’s leadership, WPA featured in the Inc 500/5000 fastest growing businesses for 6 consecutive years. Before WPA, Girish was a senior executive with Infosys Technologies (NASDAQ: INFY), a leading global technology and consulting services firm. Earlier in his career, Girish was at Arthur Andersen, where he advised Fortune 500 corporations undertaking process and technology transformation programs.


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