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TechCFO Adds Two New Partners to Atlanta Office
Date:7/10/2008

TechCFO, a leading provider of outsourced CFO-level financial and management services for technology and biotechnology companies, today announced the addition of Eric J. Froistad and Mark Rapoport as the latest partners to join the Atlanta headquarters office.

(PRWEB) July 10, 2008 -- TechCFO, a leading provider of outsourced CFO-level financial and management services for technology and biotechnology companies, today announced the addition of Eric J. Froistad and Mark Rapoport as the latest partners to join the Atlanta headquarters office.

Froistad joins TechCFO with nearly 30 years of senior financial and operating experience with both public and private companies, including TSYS Loyalty, Alignis and New World Communications Group. Froistad will help TechCFO expand on its on-demand CFO, turnaround, and M&A advisory services for fast growing tech and biotech firms. Froistad has closed more than $17 million in equity and debt financing, led financial turnarounds and positioned companies for mergers with large competitors. He has also played an instrumental role in a $2 billion capital restructuring and subsequent IPO and acquisition of over $1.5 billion of operating properties for New World Communications. Froistad is a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) and earned his B.S. in Accounting from the University of Colorado.

Rapoport also joins TechCFO with an impressive 26 year track record of executive financial and management experience, most recently as President, CEO and Director of Thomas, Thomas and Walsh, (TT&W) a privately held healthcare revenue cycle management company. Previously, Rapoport served in executive financial and management positions with private and publicly traded companies inc
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