We are dedicated to providing technical and data expertise for private equity and investment groups for small to mid-market companies.
Our services include long term, experience-based, advice and mentoring for all members of a company regarding technology & data related issues at the Chief Technology Officer and Chief Information Officer level.
Our services are implemented as on-site engagements, remote or a combination of each allowing greater flexibility for engagement with our clients.
Preliminary Technology Advisory
Technical Due Diligence
CTO/CIO Advisory Services
Technical Advisory Program
Interim Engineering Assistance
We are inspired every day by new concepts of technology and how that compares with
the old. If you are passionate about technology like us or would like to learn more
about how it relates to you, check out our podcast.
We enjoy sharing ideas and starting a conversation around them. Interested in having us speak at an event? Take a look at our previous speaking engagements to see if we would be the right fit for each other.
This is a podcast series designed for the C-level suite of small-to-medium sized companies who are trying to understand and maximize technology for their organization. We’re getting behind some of the buzzwords, introducing new concepts, explaining some of the old, and contextualizing it all into a format that will allow them to become actionable.Listen
Client Success, Sales & Operations
Chief Executive Officer and Partner of MacLaurin Group. With over twenty years of business building experience, Kelley is sought after for her commitment to client success and value creation.
Kelley leverages the power of technology and operations to facilitate client success and maximize the value of technology investments for high-growth companies. Supporting companies in growth and M&A activities, Kelley brings a unique experience from initially founder-led organization to multiple private equity-led cycles.
As an accomplished entrepreneur, she is an avid mentor, angel investor, and chairwoman for the inaugural Virginia Commonwealth University da Vinci Center for Innovation Angels Advisory Board. Kelley is a doctoral candidate at St. Thomas University in Leadership and Innovation with an emphasis on global business. She has been a guest lecturer in the graduate MBA program at the University of Richmond for the last ten years, where she received her MBA with a concentration in leadership.
Kelley is a member of the Richmond chapter of the Association for Corporate Growth, Vice Chair for the Alzheimer’s Association of Greater Richmond, and hosts MacLaurin Group’s Intimate Conversation series.
Data Analytics & Reporting, Business Intelligence
Chief Information Officer and Partner of MacLaurin Group.
Jim has a successful 20-year track record of applied business analytics responsible for the assessment, acquisition, and implementation of various Business Intelligence (BI) and marketing automation solutions, Jim is responsible for Data Analytics & Reporting and Business Intelligence. He has supported organizations across multiple industries in recruiting, evaluating and acquiring executive technology resources. Jim supported operations management with a vital records security firm supporting the majority of the Fortune 500 companies with disaster recovery support and fulfillment. He has deep experience managing centralized analytic teams supporting a $2.7 billion credit card portfolio.
Jim was an early adopter of AI solutions in the creation of marketing response and acquisition risk models. His deep analytic and professional development experience is invaluable in establishing a data-driven culture, while managing core analytical resources supporting the entire organization and client success.
Chief Technology Officer and Partner of MacLaurin Group. Alan supports portfolio company operations, having provided interim-CTO duties for private equity firms Chicago Growth Partners and ParkerGale Capital. Alan served as full time CTO at Royall & Company where he was responsible for all systems to support the needs and requirements of clients.
With a deep background in high-volume server processing, Alan was the first U.K. Java Champion, a program by Oracle/Sun to recognize the Top 100 people who have contributed the most to Java. Alan graduated from the University of Paisley, Scotland, in the early 1990’s with Honors BSc. degree in Computer Science with Digital Control.
Alan has published a number of books in the Java space covering Enterprise Java, Servlets, JavaMail and database access. He also served in the role of Editor-in-Chief for Java Developers Journal, one of the largest magazines in the space with a 200k monthly circulation at the time.
Alan’s strengths support the building, mentoring, and scaling out of teams to execute the current and future requirements of the business. He is accomplished at articulating his technology vision, roadmap creation and execution, and return on investment at the Board and C-suite levels. He takes no prisoners and is quick to call out fads and trends that just rehash old techniques as something new and shiny.