Reagan Lancaster Mines for Orphaned Intellectual Property

March 28th, 2013

A group of software veterans, including three former top executives, have launched a new company designed to find and re-deploy software intellectual property that has been orphaned in the economic slump.

Titan Ventures, based in Dallas, formally launched its operations with Reagan Lancaster, former president at the helm as president and CEO. Dave Cary, former CFO, serves as CFO and Claudio Osorio, former head of an division that funded promising start-up companies, is a founding partner of the new venture.

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