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One of the Tampa Bay area’s best-known entrepreneurs, Tony DiBenedetto, has been named board chairman of CCG Analytics, an analytic and data management consulting firm in Tampa. DiBenedetto co-founded and was CEO of Tribridge, a software company in Tampa that grew to $175 million in revenue before it sold to DXC Technology Co. (NYSE: DXC) in 2017, in one of the more successful exits recently in the Tampa Bay tech community. CCG wants to tap DiBenedetto’s experience as it shifts its business model. The company has developed industry-specific cloud solutions built on the Microsoft Azure platform and is slated to launch its first product for the retail vertical early next year. Additional solutions for the financial services, education and healthcare industries are currently in development, the company said. CCG has solid leadership, talented team members and a business philosophy that puts people first — all elements of a great company, DiBenedetto said. “There is no better company in the space than CCG to provide what has been missing in the landscape: the ability to turn data into true actionable business insights.” CG has more than 100 employees throughout the Southeast and expects to hire 50 software developers, architects and consults over the next year to support its revenue goal of $35 million by 2020. The company also plans to expand its geographic footprint, including high-demand markets such as Atlanta, Chicago, Dallas and Washington, D.C.

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